- NYC was made possible by: Co-coordinators Audrey Hollenberg and Emily LaPrade, youth and young adult director Becky Ullom, the National Youth Cabinet, a host of volunteer youth workers, guest speakers, adult advisors, district staff and volunteers, staff of denominational agencies--and the congregations and families who supported youth in attending NYC!
- Total registration, including youth, adult advisors, volunteers, and staff: 2,884 people.
- Food offering for the Larimer County Food Bank, based in Fort Collins, Colo.: 1,854 items of food, making up 40 boxes of canned and dry goods.
- Offering to support Haitian schoolchildren and Brethren-related schools in Haiti: $16,502.00.
- Cash offering for the NYC Scholarship Fund: $6,124.87.
- Offering of School Kits for disaster relief: 737 kits collected.
- Service projects: More than half of the participants at NYC spend an afternoon doing a service projects in and around the cities of Fort Collins and Loveland.
- NYC 5K: Approximately 180 runners participated. Kelsi Beam of McPherson, Kan., finished first in the women’s category (21:32), followed by Brittany Fourman (23:04) and Megan Krok (23:17). Jordan Smeltzer of New Paris, Ind., finished first for the men (17:54) followed shortly by Tyler Riegel (18:27) and Adam Rudy (18:53).
- "There s More than Meets the Eye," the NYC song contest winner by Jacob Crouse, can more than meet your ear if you go to www.reverbnation.com/jacobcrouseband. Just click "See All Songs" and you can play, queue, favor-ite, download, or share it. You can also learn more about his six song EP "Moments" as well as upcoming per-formance dates and other interesting information.
- A professionally produced DVD Wrap-Up full of memories of NYC 2010 is available from Brethren videographer David Sollenberger at LSVideo@comcast.net. Include your name and address information in your order. The DVD will cost $20, which includes shipping and handling.
Friday, July 23, 2010
NYC facts and figures:
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