American Council for Polish Culture


American Council for Polish Culture

(ACPC) The American Council for Polish Culture, Inc. is a national non-profit, charitable, cultural and educational organization that serves as a network and body of national leadership among affiliated Polish-American cultural organizations throughout the United States. Founded in 1948, the Council currently represents the interests of some 25 affiliated organizations located across the United States from Los Angeles, CA to Boston, MA. Its oldest affiliated organization, the Polish Arts Club of Chicago, was established in 1928.

Organizational Structure

* President: Thaddeus Mirecki
* First Vice-President: Bernadette Wiermanski
* Second Vice-President: Peter Obst
* Treasurer: Gregory Biestek
* Recording Secretary: Marcia Lewandowski

Affiliate Organizations

Connecticut
* Polish American Cultural Society of Stamford
* Polish Cultural Club of Greater Hartford

District of Columbia
* Polish American Arts Association of Washington DC

Florida
* Citrus County Polish Heritage Club
* American Institute of Polish Culture, Pinellas County

Illinois
* Polish Arts Club of Chicago

Indiana
* Chopin Fine Arts Club, South Bend

Massachusetts
* Polish Cultural Foundation, Boston

Michigan
* Friends of Polish Art, Detroit

Minnesota
* Polanie Club of Minneapolis/St. Paul
* Polish American Cultural Institute of Minnesota

Missouri
* Polish American Society of Metro St. Louis

New Jersey
* Polish Arts Club of Trenton Founded 1946 http://www.trentonpolisharts.org

New York
* Kopernik Polish Cultural Society
* Kopernik Memorial Assoc. of Central New York
* Polish Arts Club, Elmira
* Polish Heritage Club of Syracuse, Inc.

Ohio
* Cleveland Society of Poles
* Jamestown Colony of Poles, Cleveland
* Polish Arts Club of Youngstown

Pennsylvania
* Polish Arts League of Pittsburgh
* Polish Heritage Society of Philadelphia

Virginia
* Polish American Society of Virginia

Wisconsin
* American Assoc. for Advancement of Polish Culture, Milwaukee

ACPC Website

* [http://www.polishcultureacpc.org American Council for Polish Culture]


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