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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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