The organization of Association
- Organization without lucrative goal incorporated in Quebec (Canada) on
November 13, 1990.
- Organization affiliated to "La fédération des associations de familles du Québec".
- Administration assumed by a council of with more the 25 members
elected for two years by the annual general assembly of the members.
- Direction entrusted to an executive council of at least five
administrators elected by the board of directors.
- The members are descendants of Demers or descendants of Demers
carrying of other names whose adhesion with association is accepted by
the executive council.
- The communications with association must be carried out with the
postal address, and by its website.
BOARD DIRECTORS 2015- 2016
President : Alain Demers, Boisbriand
Vice-presidente : Suzanne Demers, Ste-Sophie
Secretary : Rosy Scalvini, Boisbriand and Johanne Demers, Victoriaville
Treasurer : Luc Gingras, Lévis
Board of directors representative: Luc Demers, St-Lambert de Lauzon
- Alexandre Demers, Montréal
- Élaine Demers, St-Hilaire
- Louisette Demers, Lévis
- Veronika Demers, Lowell, MA, USA
- Andrée Demers, Lévis
- Jocelyne Demers-Owoka, Laval
- Marlène Demers, Québec
- Mélanie Jacques, St-Paul
Support your association become a member
- R Reg.: 25$ CAN./year or 25$US (bank fees included)
- 5 5 years: 100$ CAN. or 100$US (bank fees included)
- B Benefactor: 50$ CAN. and more/year
- CLICK HERE TO BECOME A MEMBER!
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