Become a Member of the Central Maine Britanny Club

The CMBC is the only  club in Maine specific to the Brittany dog. Membership is extended to all with an interest in enjoying their dogs to the fullest and bringing out its best potential. CMBC cares about meeting the needs of all it's members in the best way possible while promoting the Brittany as a dual dog. CMBC is here to help you not only enjoy your Brittany more fully, but to also introduce you to other responsible dog owners like yourself and have fun at the various events throughout the year. 

 CMBC extends an invitation to YOU to join or to renew your membership today!



Member Meetings

Board of Directors Telephone Conference





Benefits of Membership

  • Expand opportunities to have the best possible relationship with your Brittany

  • Be the first to know about events and announcements from Member emails

  • Tap into the knowledge and experience of other Brittany owners and sportspeople

  • Access  to the CMBC membership list

  • Voting rights on important club issues and American Bittany Club ballots

  • Opportunty to be an Officer of the CMBC

Membership Levels
  • Active $55 includes a subscription to the American Brittany Magazine

  • Associate $12 for each additional household member

  • Affiliate $12 if you are a member of another regional Brittany Club 

member contacts

Denise Hue, VP of Memberships

​Contact Denise with questions regarding Membership.


Denise would also be pleased to hear your suggestions on improving the club's outreach and appealing to new Members. 

Denise maintains a list of all current members including the date when their membership dues need to be paid.  Contact Denise for questions on payments or for a membership list. Membership lists are available to members in good standing. ​

Applications and renewals should be mailed to:
Denise Hue
10 State St
Ellsworth, ME 04605

CMBC Welcomes Young Members

CMBC recognizes the importance of providing opportunities to all persons, regardless of age to learn about bird hunting, field events, conformation (shows) and to carry on the great tradition of the Brittany as a dual dog. 

If you are between the ages of 9 and 18, the CMBC can help you register in the AKC  Junior Handler Program and receive an AKC number to get you started showing your Brittany in the ring or participating in field events.  

Hunt tests are a great way for younger members to get some field experience with their Brittany's in a non competitive format.

CMBC members are available at all field events to offer support and guidance to younger members and encourage persons of all ages to participate in our club events.