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1/28/09

City Accepting Applications for Junior Ambassadors

Lubbock teens now have a chance to be worldwide ambassadors for Texas and the United States.

The City of Lubbock is accepting applications from now until February 19th for the Junior Ambassador Program. Sixteen local 7th, 8th & 9th graders will go to Japan. In exchange, Musashino City, Japan will send some of their young people here to Lubbock.

To learn more about the Junior Ambassador Program, click on the link below.

1/28/09
City of Lubbock Junior Ambassadors
The Junior Ambassador Program was established to provide our youth with unique opportunities to develop international friendships and cultural understanding.

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