Polish American Congress of Eastern Massachusetts


Polish American Congress of Eastern Massachusetts

The Polish American Congress of Eastern Massachusetts was established on may 29, 1944, as an umbrella organization composed of over 3000 fraternal, veteran, cultural, educational, professional, parish, and social organizations.

External links

*http://www.paceasternmass.org


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