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ith & 00pirituality Gazette conference national Teens to converge on Ocean Cil00y, Md. More than 3,000 students and youth ers from Marylat rounding states are attend the Impact High School Youth from Friday, March Sunday, March 28, City (Md.) Conven The high-energy coJ feature a variety of tertainers includin son, Pillar, Skit G Lookadoo and more Lookadoo is arno] national and local s] will address a vari( that high school s bombarded with d: foot-7-inch, 180-poi ous, high-energy s spiky, bleached-blol els across Amer youths take on th face. While witty an message to live a lift grets affects stude time. high school group lead- d and sur- expected to 2010: Noise Conference 26, through .t the Ocean fion Center. fference will national en- Hawk Nel- uys, Justin lg the many >eakers who ty of issues :udents are Lily. This 6- rod, boister- eaker with id hair tray- ca helping issues they d playful, his ; with no re- ts for a life- The Skit Guys qomedy and drama troupe hav e been best friends since high shool. Tom- my Woodward and IEddie James think of themselvegas the wise offer guys and class who had everyone and managed to make a out of it. They've been the Bible using comedy rama for more than 20 has always been a part Maher's life, and now his song like "Your Grace is are sung in churches the world. Maher be- lieves/the way to achieve what is beautiful is to empty one's self for the sake of others. Over the past 12 years, national artistpillar has sold nearly 1 mil- lion a single nomi Awar( Frida? ted tq deep( and o bums, tallied 10 No. 1 radio s, and received a Grammy nation and four Dove Is. The band, slated for a night concert, is commit- its audiences seeking relationships with God hers. few short years, Canadian ENJOY I1 ing Mar zl" -It s(e. get y( ul they  ca .and tt z to go .' ll You h McKe , 1 The Sot has al Ltt SPORTS ON THE BEACH and other activities is part of the annual Impact High School 6-28, to Ocean City, Md. In ; pop- t,unk foursome Hawk Nel- istry L o( :s including the award- winni a "Do They Run When son, lated for a Saturday night concert, has landed appearances They eelYou Coming?" A story- and music placement on TV and tel!ert heart, he speaks and the blg screen, as well as more trmns at amps, conferences and than 00,000 in album sales. Ac- event acFoss North America. cordiOg to vocalist/keyboardist Adult. tainer Doug Greenwold Jason Dunn, Hawk Nelson is a a corporate executive to create anthems to t thinking about what it to do with their lives give them a jump-start ut, for it. yorker trainer Jonathan resident and founder of ce for Youth Ministry, )red seven youth-min- workefl as a, band Jthat hopes to change lives for 32]years, but since 1978, he for thp better. Its music is a posi- has bee teaching the Bible, tiveesponse to a negative writing and leading retreats, con- world., ferenTs and workshops, with an emphasis on the importance of Biblical context. He is currently the senior teaching fellow of Pre- serving Bible Times and has au- thored four books that demon- strate the power of context when engaging the Scriptures. The conference will have the opportunity to let participating youths' talent shine when they sign up and try out for the Im- pact's Got Talent competition that will take place throughout the weekend. The Encounter Room, hosted by event artist Connell Byrne, will provide an interactive prayer and worship experience focusing on the theme, the way of the cross. The exhibit hall, featuring the Impact Caf6, will b ious times t rough end. The Impact Caf karaoke, table ga: store, exhibits and: In addition, app student workshops able that flocus c teens with tools 1 with their s f,iritua to deal withi ssues every day. Registraticn for Noise Confez ence i son with hol el rat For registrafi)n irr6 toll free 87 z-896 I( rem ive@impacta Live.m lic Charities allls for help fi!l San Francisco' ; I )od pantry i m iO;Cl ta:b has on food supplies at and the agency is 1 its communities to :k the pantry by con- ;nonperishable food )d drive will begin Sat- 6, and end Sunday, Donors can drop off gift cards Charities locations , or churches. food coop- County program San Francisco in Mil- of food to along with :tggt ]::iFIi u st n8 "l IV cept monet y don chase addit! c hal fo for the fo( d dish grams. To r ke an tary donat )n, vi Charities' s :ure ( cdov).org/c( onatk Choose "Fo  Disl grams" as 1 e des istry. In the Ca ),.' Regi may be mai l( , at C; ties' Sussex ): rice, 4 St., Suite  Georl 6310; or Ca.,. San Broad St., )liltm Churches  c ceptfi include S. Edm hoboth Beact at 221 Jude's in lewes ; Donors shoald c shopping on a planning and nu- can call to find qualify for the food :ive program in their :ailing 684-8694. Casa emergency food pantry for those in crisis who have no food. In addition to nonperishable food and grocery store gift cards, ,Cath0!ic GMrie.s, 'i|!. a!sQ .ac:. make sure someon, hand to accel t the "We kno that c will do whare er th, the most vuh erabl, munities feed their Richelle Vible, Catl ties.ex.etfi)e OkeCt! BMITTED PHOTO lfemnce com- e )pen at var- v t the week- rill feature es, a book- )re. ximately 10 rill be avail- providing help them ;rowth and at they face apact 2010: ;80 per per- additional. marion, call 802, go to impactal- ton. :ions to pur- to ffll bags ration pro- nline mone- it Catholic ,nation site, .html. bution Pro- nated min- donations holic Chari- 6 S. Bedford ,town, 856- ancisco, 127 684-8694. donations s in Re- 4550, and St. : 644-7300. 11 ahead to .' will be on )nations. [r neighbors " can to help in our com- mailies," said xolic Chari- )r.