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Ukrainian American Society of Daytona Beach

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The Ukrainian American Society of Daytona Beach

Welcome to the Ukrainian American Society of Daytona Beach's web site. Our organization is a membership club, open for those who can trace their ethnic heritage and culture to Ukraine, a nation in East Central Europe.

Members are proud of their Ukrainian ethnic heritage, and enjoy sharing traditional Ukrainian customs to foster cameraderie and fellowship. The Ukrainian American Society is run by a volunteer President and Board of Directors, elected annually during a Convention meeting.

We act as a civic organization to represent Ukrainian-Americans in the Daytona Beach, Florida area. Our club welcomes new members as well as visitors from other areas. If you are planning to visit or move to the Daytona Beach, Florida area, we can advise you on various information about the area.

Daytona Beach, located Northeast of Orlando and South of Jacksonville, is the main city, and is surrounded by the cities of New Smyrna Beach, Ormond Beach, Port Orange, and South Daytona. Daytona Beach is known as the "World's most famous beach" (city slogan), and is well known as the location of NASCAR's Daytona International Speedway.

Local places of Worship include Holy Dormition Byzantine Catholic Church in Ormond Beach, and St. Mary Protectress Ukrainian Catholic Church in Apopka.





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Ukrainians

FRANCES A. SWYRIPAThe Canadian Encyclopedia01-01-2012 Table of Contents PreviousNextUkrainians In the 19th century the Russian Empire ruled 80% of Ukraine; the rest lay in the Austro-Hungarian provinces of Galicia, Bukovina and Transcarpathia. Serfs in Austria-Hungary until 1848 and in the Russian ... (Publication: Canadian Encyclopedia)

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Ukrainians in Houston mark milestone: 25th anniversary of Ukrainian American Cultural Club

Hadzewycz, Roma Ukrainian Weekly, The 10-29-2000 Ukrainians in Houston mark milestone: 25th anniversary of UkrainianAmerican Cultural Clubby Roma HadzewyczHOUSTON - This city of approximately 1.8 million - the fourth largest cityin the United States - is home to a significant Ukrainian ... (Publication: The Ukrainian Weekly)

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Ukrainian Canadian conference "rocks" Edmonton

Makuch, Andrij Ukrainian Weekly, The 05-26-2002 Andrij Makuch is research coordinator, Ukrainian Canadian Program, CanadianInstitute of Ukrainian Studies.EDMONTON - A recent gathering at the University of Alberta looked at thetopic of "Ukrainians in Canada from the Great War to the Cold War." ... (Publication: The Ukrainian Weekly)

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Ukrainian World Congress statement: 2002 census in the Russian Federation

Lozynski, Askold S. Ukrainian Weekly, The 05-05-2002 One of the most significant upcoming events for the Ukrainian diaspora inthe Russian Federation is the census scheduled for October 2002. The lastcensus was conducted in 1989 during Soviet times and resulted in a findingof 4.6 million Ukrainians ... (Publication: The Ukrainian Weekly)

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Ukrainians and Ukraine in headlines in Canada

Ukrainian Weekly, The 01-16-2005 While Ukrainian Canadian radio faced the axe and a Ukrainian Canadiansinger just barely missed becoming the "Canadian Idol," a long-lostVictoria Cross awarded to a Ukrainian Canadian hero was found andlong-awaited Canadian government recognition of the internment of ... (Publication: The Ukrainian Weekly)

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Ukrainian Shumka Dancers

ANDRIY NAHACHEWSKY Canadian Encyclopedia 01-01-2002 Ukrainian Shumka DancersAuthor: ANDRIY NAHACHEWSKYThe Ukrainian Shumka Dancers of Edmonton are perhaps the most well known of Canada's 230 Ukrainian dance groups and schools. Operated as a nonprofit society, the objectives of the group are to ... (Publication: Canadian Encyclopedia)

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Ukrainian Technological Society of Pittsburgh honors Bohdan Hryshchyshyn as Ukrainian of the Year

Ukrainian Weekly, The 12-15-2002 PITTSBURGH - Bohdan Hryshchyshyn, secretary of Ukrainian NationalAssociation Branch 246, was honored as the Ukrainian of the Year for 2002by the Ukrainian Technological Society of Pittsburgh at its 33rd annualdinner and dance on Saturday, November 16, at The ... (Publication: The Ukrainian Weekly)

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Ukrainian studies recognized as a center of excellence

Ukrainian Weekly, The 09-06-1998 Ukrainian studies recognized as a center of excellenceEDMONTON -- The University of Alberta has singled out Ukrainian studies as one of its centers of excellence in research.A recent university publication, "Making Sense Together, Celebrating Research", notes the ... (Publication: The Ukrainian Weekly)

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Ukrainian Technological Society names Ukrainian of the Year

Ukrainian Weekly, The 12-31-2000 Ukrainian Technological Society names Ukrainian of the YearPITTSBURGH - Joanne Staroschak of McKees Rocks, Pa., was honored by theUkrainian Technological Society of Pittsburgh as the Ukrainian of the Yearat the society's 31st annual dinner-dance on November 25 at ... (Publication: The Ukrainian Weekly)

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Ukrainian Canadians in the 2001 Census; an overview

Makuch, Andrij Ukrainian Weekly, The 03-30-2003 Andrij Makuch is a research coordinator of the Ukrainian Canadian Programat the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies.TORONTO - Recently released Canadian census figures show that Ukrainiansremain a major ethnic group in this country, although ... (Publication: The Ukrainian Weekly)

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