Saturday, May 23, 2009

CTS Camporee Update (May)


Here are few of the updates for the "Courage to Stand" International Pathfinder Camporee coming up on August 11-15, 2009.

The nightly program:
"The nightly Bible story presentation has over 100 actors/extras, hundreds of costumes, and 22 new Bible story songs!" But...

...a Mordecai actor is still needed. They're looking for one male actor 50+ years old that can help portray the character of Mordecai. For details on how to audition, click here.

Tickets
As you may have heard, the CTS Camporee sold out four months in advance of the event. No other Adventist event has ever sold out as quickly. No need to fear though...

...the only tickets that are still available are volunteer tickets or day passes. So get yours ASAP! To get volunteer tickets, you've got to volunteer for a minimum of 5 hours a day and be over 18 years old. Here's the application form.

Other
The people running the camporee also need another kind of volunteer to make this year's event be great. They are still in need of 275 TLT's who can serve 5 hours a day. How to apply.

Nathan Greene will be unveiling a special Esther painting live on stage during the nighttime program. This painting and posters of the painting will be on sale at the Camporee. Nathan Greene is a famous painter; even if you've never heard of him, there's a good chance you've seen his paintings.

There are more camporee updates listed in this month's camporee newsletter. Go check it out. You can also follow us on Twitter (@asabbathblog) for more Christian youth news and other stuff!

Updated: Camporee website seems to be now located at www.adventistyouth.org/cts.

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