Refugee resettlement to begin in Niagara Falls in 2017

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(BUFFALO NEWS) As many as 50 refugees from one of the world’s troubled spots are likely to resettle in Niagara Falls next year as Jewish Family Service of Buffalo and Erie County expands its services northward.

The U.S. State Department recently approved Jewish Family Service’s application to begin refugee resettlement in the Cataract City, said Marlene A. Schillinger, the local group’s president and CEO.

Jewish Family Service will be the first refugee resettlement agency working in Niagara Falls, and Schillinger said it makes sense to do so.

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