Saint George Roman Catholic Lithuanian Church

Saint George Roman Catholic Lithuanian Church was incorporated in Rochester, New York on January 23, 1908 and is one of the main gathering places for the Lithuanian community of all of western New York state, including of Buffalo, New York, which does not have a Lithuanian church. The centennial celebrations took place on October 10–12, 2008.

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... In 1942 a Rochester Chapter of the Lithuanian-American Council (LAC) was established and merged with a chapter of the United Lithuanian Relief Fund of America in 1943 ... The chapter organized observances of the Lithuanian Independence Day, anti-Soviet demonstrations, cultural events, Lithuanian Days with car parades in the city, and raised funds for Lithuania's ... selected people for recognition and award of Lithuanian Foundation medals for achievement in the field of culture ...

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