Lebanese Youth Gathering Application
Lebanon August 2013
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Date of Birth: _____mm_____dd ______yy
Address : _______________________________________
Have you ever been to Lebanon? ____ How often do you travel to Lebanon?________
Are you of Lebanese descent? ___________ Explain ________________________
� Yes, I have read the terms of participation and understand that:
o I am responsible for paying for my 2 way airline ticket and for Insurance
to cover my stay in Lebanon
o I am responsible to pay $500 as my portion of the expenses during my stay
in Lebanon. The WLCU world Organization will pay the rest
o During the time of the visit, I must follow the schedule of the trip
planned by the organizers.
o Any additional time that extends the period as defined for this visit
(Aug 16 – Aug 26) of this visit will be on my own responsibility.
� I am between the age of 18 (complete) and 35 years.
� I am of Lebanese descent and I hold a valid US Passport.
� I would like to be considered for the $ 500 sponsorship by the WLCU Boston Chapter to cover my part of expenses for my stay in Lebanon. The 5 winners will be selected by lottery and the money will be transferred directly to the World organization.
I certify that the above is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge:
Signature:___________________________________ Date: ________________
E-mail completed application to: email@example.com
Or mail to: The World Lebanese Cultural Union.
5192 Washington Street, 2nd floor
Boston, MA 02132
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