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July 30, 2010 | 3 Comments
Buies Creek – Good food. Good music. Good football. Young people from all over the region will get a full day of entertainment at Campbell University’s first Youth Day on Saturday, Sept. 18.
The Office of Campus Ministries hopes the Youth Day event will offer an opportunity to connect with local and regional church youth groups as well as other young people in the community, said campus minister Faithe Beam.
“We hope through tailgating, the football game and the concert, youth groups will find good fellowship with each other and gain an appreciation of Campbell University and what it has to offer,” said Beam. “It is an opportunity to strengthen community among churches in the region and enjoy the gift of Christian fellowship.”
Students will participate in tailgating for lunch before watching the Fighting Camels play against the Davidson College Wildcats. The game will be followed by a live concert by Greensboro, NC band Runaway City.
The cost to attend is $12. The day’s events begin at 11 a.m. at Barker-Lane Stadium. For additional event details or to register online go to www.campbell.edu/youthday or for more information, contact Terry Tucker at 910-893-1547 or [email protected].
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