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CLFW hosts Lebanese citizenship drives across USA



(WASHINGTON, DC) — The Christian Lebanese Foundation in the World (CLFW) is hosting five campaign drives during the rest of November, encouraging Lebanese-Americans to preserve their roots in Lebanon and register as Lebanese citizens.

“We want to encourage people outside of Lebanon to have an affection for their motherland,” said Nada Abisamra, Director of CLFW, in an interview with ART America.

CLFW and Project Roots aims to register people of Lebanese descent free of charge in the United States.

CLFW will visit the following locations during November:

  • Westlake, Ohio at the Northern Ohio Lebanese American Association Heritage Ball on November 15 starting at 6pm.
  • Stockton, California at St. Sharbel’s Annual Hafle on November 15 starting at 6pm.
  • Easton, Pennsylvania at Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Church on November 16 starting at 10am.
  • Warren, Michigan at St. Sharbel Maronite Catholic Church on November 22 starting at 6pm, and November 23 starting at 11am.
  • Greer, South Carolina at St. Rafka Maronite Catholic Church starting at 11am.

For more information, visit clfw.orgClick here to access the campaign flyer with more information about required registration documents.

Watch the promotional video below:

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