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YAC Elections

YAC Elections

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 YAC Elections: 2010-2011
Youth Adult Committee of Maine Elections!! Application forms due to theDistrict March 19, 2010.This is a call to all Maine youth and adults to run for positions on YAC for the 2010-2011 year. The following positions are open – Youth Co-chair,Adult Co-chair, 1 Senior Youth Communications committee, 1 Junior YouthCommunications committee, 1 Adult Communications committee, YouthSecretary, 1 at large Adult, 1 Senior Youth at large, 1 Junior Youth atlarge. This is a real opportunity for the right people to continue to form andgrow youth ministry in Maine. Your leadership could have a lasting impacton how youth conferences and other youth programming continue to thriveand grow in Maine.With this letter are descriptions of the available positions and applicationforms that need to be filled out by interested youth and adults and sent inby March 19, 2010 to the District Office. Interested adults will havebackground checks performed by the District. Interested youth must havetheir parents sign forms noting that the parents support their child inbecoming involved. Youth and adults must provide references that will bechecked by the District.Below are testimonials from the current youth and adult Co-chairs of YAC – we hope you get involved!!!During the winter of my eighth grade year, I went to a weekend-long skiconference (Con) in Augusta with some other kids from my church andother churches around Maine. I had a good time skiing, but theconference wasn't the amazing experience that my friends had told me itwould be. On Sunday morning, as I was walking out the door to leave, ayoung woman put her hand on my shoulder saying "hey". I turned around,worried that I had forgotten something. She hugged me and said, "Thanksfor coming." That's all. Something awoke within me and it changed mylife. For the first time that I could remember, I had felt completely safe. Idecided that I might go to another Con after all. At the spring conference, Ivolunteered to be on the committee that plans and runs the Cons. The firstand second years that I was on it, I was just there, sometimes expressingmy opinion and other times just watching. Now I am the senior youthofficer on the committee. I run the meetings, facilitate decisions, and helpto train new members. Cons, and the planning of them, are the mostimportant thing in my life right now. They take priority over shows, friends,

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