MAINE SPRING YOUTH CONFERENCEWhuuuuuu!! (with BoUUndaries)Arrive: Friday, April 9, 2010 at 7:00 p.m.Leave: Sunday, April 11, 2010 at 2 pmFerry Beach, 5 Morris Ave., Saco, MECon Coordinators: Marsha Lawson is Program Coordinator; Craig Lentz of FerryBeach is Facilities Coordinator; Linnea Schroder at the District Office isRegistration Coordinator
(Youth and Adults from throughout the Northern New England District are welcome.)
: Grades 7-12
: At least one adult is needed for every 8 youth from a church. (See furtherinformation for adults in this form.)
Make checks payable to Northern New England District
Please note: Do not stay away if the fee is a hardship for you. Speak with the District Office about the possibility of a small scholarship
: This conference is about having fun and being safe – what better placethan Ferry Beach to foster fun and fellowship – and the workshops in this conference willbe focusing on boundaries on sexuality.
BRING: DO NOT FORGET
-Warm clothes, gear for cold weather, sleeping bag, padding and/or bedding, pillow-Secret Buddy stuff (Secret Buddy is someone whose name you pick from a basket. Youput good vibes -- nice notes, candy, small toys and gadgets, pictures -- into his/her bag.Your Secret Buddy will put things in your bag.)-Flashlight with working batteries-Toiletries including: washcloth, toothbrush/paste,etc., towel, soap, shampoo (there willbe designated times to take showers)-Snack to share (Please try to bring a healthy, environmentally conscious snack)
Please eat dinner before you arrive on Friday evening. Meals: 3 meals Saturday,Breakfast and a light lunch on Sunday. Bring healthy snacks to share. Vegetarian andvegan options will be available at all meals. Be sure to indicate any special dietary needson your registration form.
Complete the Registration Form and return it with payment, to JoyBlanchette, Administrator, NNED, 10 Ferry St., STE #318, Concord, NH 03301 by
March31, 2010--no exceptions!
Youth participation will be confirmed with churches. Eachadult must have a positive reference from the DRE or Minister of his/her sponsoringcongregation. Maximum of 80 participants first come, first served.
Adults must Send ina Code of Ethics form to NNED office for a background check.OVERNIGHT ARRANGEMENTS:Both Nights:
Everyone will go to sleep by midnight – early bedtime is 11 pm.-Everyone will sleep in two common areas with monitoring by 2 awake adults all night
Sharing of blankets and sleeping bags is not allowed
. There will be no physicalcontact allowed during designated sleeping times.
For more information please contact Marsha Lawson at 207-233-8714 email@example.com program information; Contact the District Office for