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The Voice of the Black Community
2015 Post Best Banquet
City-Wide Cardboard Campout
Date: March 15, 2014

Location: Show map
Park Road Baptist Church
3900 Park Road
Charlotte, NC 28209

Contact: Mecklenburg Ministries
Phone: 704-565-5455
Site: http://www.meckmin.org/youth-leadership-council-a/

All high school youth, grades 9th-12th, are encouraged to join us on Saturday, March 15ndfor a night of fun and camaraderie! Activities will include a participating in a poverty simulation, listening to speakers from diverse backgrounds, decorating cardboard boxes that will become our beds for the evening, joining in small group discussions, and much more!

Here are the details:

Who: High school youth, grades 9th-12th. We recommend attending as a group, but individuals can register as well. All faiths are welcome (and encouraged!) to join us; school clubs and/or organizations are welcome as well!

When: Registration will begin at 5:30pm, and the event will last until 9:30am the following morning (March 16).

Where: Park Road Baptist Church, 3900 Park Road

What to Bring: Each participant is strongly encouraged to bring his or her own cardboard box, (refrigerator or appliance boxes work best); sleeping bags and warm clothes. We also request that participants leave their electronics at home.

How: Fill out the registration form and return to Mecklenburg Ministries by Feb 25, 2014. Permission forms for each youth participant must be submitted by March 10.

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