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ACC Hall of Fame Nominations
The ACC's Hall of Fame was established in 1982 to recognize members who excelled in playing the grand old game and/or contributed to the advancement of the American Cribbage Congress. Each year, the ACC membership is invited to nominate candidates worthy of inclusion in the HOF. Here are the nominating criteria:
- 1. Nominations must be submitted by mail or email (maximum of one side of a letter-size page) to the chair of the Hall of Fame Committee. Nominations may be made only by a current ACC member, and the nomination page must inlcude the name of the person doing the nominating.
- 2. An individual nominated for the Hall of Fame must meet the following mandatory criteria. He/she must . . .
- a. be a member in good standing of the ACC for seven consecutive years or have been a member in good standing for a minimum of five consecutive years until death intervened.
- b. have displayed and complied with the rules of ethical play.
- c. have displayed and complied with the standards of good sportsmanship.
- 3. In addition, to be eligible for nomination, a candidate is required to meet at least three of the following criteria. He/she must have . . .
- a. promoted the game of cribbage and/or served the ACC by specific acts of accomplishment as specified in the nominating letter.
- b. established his/her expertise by being rated a Master player or higher.
- c. established his/her expertise by being rated a Bronze Award recipient or higher in the Grass Roots program.
- d. served as a tournament director of an ACC sanctioned tournament for a minimum of five years.
- e. served as a Grass Roots club director for a minimum of five years.
- f. served as a member of the board of directors of the ACC for a minimum of four years.
- 4. Any exceptions to or exemptions from the above criteria must be initiated by a current member of the board of directors.
The call for HOF nominations appears annually in the December Cribbage World. Nominations must be submitted in writing and postmarked by January 10.
The HOF chairperson will review all letters of nomination for compliance with the nominating criteria and mail copies of each letter to the HOF voting panel (composed of twenty-five BOD members plus three panel members selected by each BOD
member). The ballots will be counted in Reno prior to the March
Nominees must receive 75% or more positive votes to be elected to the HOF. If no one receives 75% then the one person (or persons, if a tie) who receives at least 65% of the votes will be elected to the HOF. Induction into the HOF will take place at the Grand National Tournament.
Mail nominations to:
Chair, HOF Committee
30937 NE 23rd Street
Washougal, WA 98671