Delta Junction Expected To Welcome Ukrainian Refugees To Join Existing Community

Delta Junction Ukrainian Families Will Likely Welcome Fellow War  Refugees  Slavic woman who lives near Delta Junction sells produce at a lo...

Delta Junction Ukrainian Families Will Likely Welcome Fellow War Refugees 

Slavic woman who lives near Delta Junction sells produce at a local farmer's market behind Sullivan Roadhouse and the Delta Visitor Center. (Photo by Country Journal) 

Catholic Social Services, which runs the U.S. State Department's Refugee Resettlement Program in Alaska, isn't sure yet how many refugees from Ukraine will be coming to Alaska. But they will come, and they will most likely settle in places where Ukrainians already live in our state.

According to KUAC, of the 100,000 Ukrainians that President Biden pledged to help in the United States, Delta Junction is one of the places refugees will probably go to. 

Delta has a large resident Ukrainian immigrant population already. So do Anchorage and the Mat-Su Borough. A few refugees have already arrived in Delta recently. 

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