French American Victory Club

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A Civic, Charitable and Social Organization
193 Elm Street Waltham, MA 02453
(781) 899-8195

 

History

The French American Victory Club was formed to bring together into fellowship, all French American people, to perform and encourage educational, social, religious, civic and charitable activities, to consider and promote welfare of the members of this society, to carry on general relief work and do all things necessary .

The French American Victory Club was incorporated on October 8, 1944

The first meeting of the incorporators of the French American Victory Club Inc. was held at 645 Main Street, Waltham, MA. on the Eighth day of October, 1944 at two o’clock in the afternoon.

All the incorporators were present: Hubert P. LeBlanc, T. Phillias Leger, Joseph Romard, Ferdinand Bourgeois, M. Leo Delaney, Peter Roche, Alire J. Fagan, George A. Pelletier, and Armond P. LaRosee.

The club corporate seal shall be circular in form and have the name of the corporation and the year of incorporation, and the word “Massachusetts”.

The principal office shall be located at 193 Elm Street, Waltham in the commonwealth of Massachusetts.



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