We are delighted to announce that The Ahiska Turkish American Community Center, located at the “former Bomberger Center” 1306 E. Fifth Street, Dayton, OH having an official Grand Opening November 30, 2012 5.00 p.m. The Ahiska Turkish American Community Center (ATACC Dayton) is an ethnic and faith-based non-profit community organization serving refugees, immigrants and under-served communities in Montgomery County, Ohio. The community began settling in USA in 2005. Due to the refugees program 14 000 people have been settled in more than 30 states and 66 cities of the U.S. Seven years ago only 6 families lived in Dayton. Community center was organized in 2009. Within 3 years of the Centers activities about 400 families from other states resettled here investing 15-20 million dollars in economy of Dayton, having purchased abandoned housings and the land from the Riverside community to open the biggest American Muslim cemetery . Ahiska Turks have revitalized the Old North Dayton neighborhood. “The Ahiska Turks are the reason the Welcome Dayton Plan started”, said Garry Leitzell, Mayor of Dayton. “Creating a Unity among Diversity” is the motto of the Ahiska Community. Having learned at least 3 languages and 4 cultures during 3 deportations within 70 years while keeping faith, language and culture they serve multinational Dayton organizing international cooperation not only between America and Turkey but also 7 other countries the Diaspora live.