|Fenton Art Glass Collectors of America|
|The Fenton Art Glass Collectors of America is a national Fenton club where members collect all types of Fenton glass products. They have annual conventions and on occasion thier convention souvenir is a piece of carnival glass. The bell, in green opal carnival reads FAGCA 1991 and has their butterfly symbol. The Fantail bowl in the center is in sapphire blue and has a sticker on the back that reads "FAGCA 2005". The Glassblower coaster in blue is their 2007 souvenir and has the 2007 sticker on the back. There are several other carnival glass souvenirs for this club and, of course, Fenton made them all.|
|National Fenton Glass Society|
|The National Fenton Glass Society is another national Fenton collectors club. They also have had a carnival glass souvenir for some of their conventions. A milky blue iridized swan mug with "NFGS" molded into the bottom from a mold owned by the club. The symbol used by NFGS is the Happy Bird which has been made in many types of glass including carnival. In 1992, NFGS issued green Apple Tree water sets and some variations that included handled tumblers.|
|Fenton Finders Of Greater Kansas City|
|At one time there were several "Fenton Finders" clubs throughout the United States. Fenton Finders Of Greater Kansas City still exists and has a regional convention in the Kansas City area. They also issued a carnival glass souvenir for their 2007 convention. This red Dancing Ladies fan vase is marked on the bottom "FFOGKC 2007".|
|National Cambridge Collectors|
|The National Cambridge Collectors, Inc. is a non-profit Ohio corporation which was founded in 1973 to establish and maintain a permanent museum in Cambridge, Ohio for the display, study and preservation of Cambridge Glass. The National Cambridge Collectors, Inc, issued two carnival glass souvenirs for their 2000 and 2001 conventions. These small juice glasses are 3 1/2 inches tall. The 2000 souvenir was a deep amethyst and the 2001 souvenir is marigold.
In 1994, 1996 and 1998 National Cambridge Collectors, Inc. issued club souvenirs in irridized glass. They were goblets in the Cambridge Cascades pattern. 1994 was white glass, 1996 was amethyst glass and 1998 was vaseline glass. The goblets are about 5 3/4 inches tall and thought to be made by Mosser. Each is etched on the side with "NCC" and the "year". 1998 is etched differntly as it was their 25th anniversary - “NCC 25 Years 1973-1998”.