Cedarville University students will lead junior high students in a time of praise and worship as a part of the University-sponsored CedarMania. More than 1,200 middle-schoolers are expected for the event, which will occur Friday and Saturday on the Greene County campus.
Photo credit: Scott L. Huck/Cedarville University
by Public Relations Office
February 25, 2004
Cedarville, OhioMore than 1,200 junior high students from neighboring states are expected to converge on Cedarville University Friday and Saturday, Feb. 27-28 for CedarMania. Students from Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and West Virginia will participate in a variety of fun activities designed to engage them socially and challenge them spiritually. Registration for this year`s CedarMania is at a record level.
The youth in grades 6-9 will enjoy a high-energy, action-packed, all-night event with a student praise band, exciting competitions and crazy games, a late-night pizza party, and much more.
More than 400 Cedarville University students have volunteered to help with the event doing everything from planning and leading games to working as a small group leader or serving pizza.
"The University students bring incredible energy, enthusiasm, creativity, and effort to the process," Event Coordinator Janice Supplee said. "Most give up an entire night for ministry and receive only a long-sleeved T-shirt in return."
Media interested in covering this event should contact the public relations office at 937-766-7808. More information about CedarMania is available at http://www.cedarville.edu/cedarmania.