Racine Families' Association
The Racine Families Association was founded on 10 June 1987, at which time it was incorporated under Part 3 of the Québec Corporate Law as a non-profit organization.
The Association's purpose is to unite all Racine family members, their relatives, and friends in an effort to promote historical research on the genealogy of the family. Its purpose is also to maintain communication, friendship, and fraternity among and between Racine descendants.
There are over 150
members in Canada, the USA and France.
There is an annual reunion each
The following is a list of past reunions, including the name of the
presidents of the organizing committee for each reunion and the
Association's President at the time.
A maple sugar gathering is normally held in March or April in the Montéregie area.
L'Enraciné, our newsletter, is published two times a year. It discusses the history and the genealogy of the family and the latest events of the Association and its member activities.
The Association has also published many genealogical documents and it has a number of promotional articles in stock. (See Our Publications)