OBJECTS Ė on
(a) To co-ordinate and promote the concepts of multiculturalism and folk-arts through local organizations which shall be affiliated with this parent organization.
(b) To foster creative expression of
those arts which in the opinion of the
(c) To co-ordinate applications for financial aid through the Secretary of State and the Provincial Government, which financial aid shall be used to promote multiculturalism and folk-arts.
(d) To further the cause of good inter-group relationships.
(e) To do all other things necessary or incidental to the attainment of the above objects.
The NLMFAC was incorporated approximately 4 months later;
Registry No. 12861 under the Companies Act, Chapter 54 of the Revised Statutes
of Newfoundland. 1970, on
The first Election of Officers (Executive and Board of Directors) took place at the Kingís Bridge Hotel, chaired by lawyer William (Bill) Collins. The first NLMFAC President was Henry Harvey. This Executive and Board served the NLMFAC for eight (8) consecutive years.
Memorandum of Association:
The Memorandum of Association documents, prepared by the lawyer William (Bill) A. Collins, were represented and signed by the persons, listed below, who desired to form the umbrella organization:
The individuals, listed below, witnessed the signing:
Six Founding Groups: