by Public Relations Office—Cedarville, Ohio
Cedarville, Ohio—One thousand middle school students will soon gather on the campus of Cedarville University, enjoying food, fun and friendship.
CedarMania, an overnight event for sixth through ninth grade students, is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, March 14-15. This year’s theme-“Transformer: More to Life”-focuses on the power of Jesus and the Gospel to renovate lives.
During this high-energy evening, students will attend a late-night pizza party, participate in exciting games, listen to a dynamic speaker, join in student-led praise, and much more. Jason Malone-a Cedarville graduate and pastor at Summit Church in Greenville, S.C.-will address attendees with energetic and motivating messages.
“CedarMania is an opportunity to serve junior high youth groups,” says Amanda Gillispie, assistant director of conference and event services at the University. “More than 300 University students will assist as small group leaders, lead games, and interact with the students throughout the night.”
For more information about CedarMania, call 1-877-CEDARVILLE (233-2784) or visit www.cedarville.edu/cedarmania.