The FJMC Regions

FJMC consists of sixteen regions, each being the primary contact from the international organization through to its local clubs. The purpose of each region is to: strengthen current clubs, increase membership, and enroll new clubs.

Regional Boundaries

Regional boundaries may change as circumstances require. FJMC’s Regional Review Committee monitors regional issues and club growth to ensure appropriate regional alignment and placement of individual clubs. The current FJMC regions are as follows:

Anshei Darom

Alabama; Arkansas; Georgia; Louisiana; Mississippi; North Carolina; Oklahoma; South Carolina; Tennessee, Texas (except El Paso)

Connecticut Valley

Connecticut

Florida

Florida

Great Lakes

Has been merged into KIO to form KIO+

Hudson Valley

Northern suburbs of New York City and eastern part of up-state New York, including Albany

KIO+

Kentucky; Indiana (except northwest corner); Ohio, Michigan

Lake Ontario

Ontario and Quebec, Canada.

Middle Atlantic

Southern New Jersey; northern Delaware; eastern Pennsylvania

Midwest

Illinois; (Northwest) Indiana; Iowa; Minnesota; Missouri; Nebraska; Wisconsin

New England

Maine; Massachusetts; New Hampshire; Rhode Island, Vermont

Metropolitan New York

New York City (Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens); Long Island

Northern New Jersey

Northern New Jersey; Staten Island, New York

Seaboard

Delaware; District of Columbia; Maryland; Virginia; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Southwest

Merged into Anshe Darom

Tri-State

Youngstown, Ohio; Western Pennsylvania; Western New York; West Virginia

Western

Arizona; California; Hawaii; Nevada; New Mexico; Oregon; El Paso, Texas; Washington

International

Latin America: Santiago, Chile; Omer, Israel; Africa: Uganda Region; and the subcontinent, Mumbai, India