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NAC 98 registration officially opened


BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (BP)–Registration opened Jan. 1 for
the National Acteens Convention which is expected to draw
more than 12,000 teens and their leaders July 1-4 to the
Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in Louisville.
Acteens is the missions organization for girls in
grades seven through 12 sponsored by Woman’s Missionary
Union. NAC is held once every four or five years for Acteens
members and other girls who have completed the seventh
grade.
Registration opened Jan. 1 and continues until June 15.
Only those who register in advance will be allowed to
participate in NAC activities.
NAC 98, which will develop the theme “Inside Out,”
begins with an evening general session on Wednesday, July 1,
and closes on Saturday, July 4, with the morning session. In
between, the teens and leaders will experience on-site and
off-site ministry projects, an interactive exhibit area,
creative arts performances, meaningful worship experiences
and more, all designed to challenge the girls to use their
gifts in ministry when they return home.
Other highlights include a StudiAct recognition service
and launch of MissionsQuest, the new individual achievement
program for Acteens. In addition, participants will enjoy a
“NAC Participants Only” spree at the theme park adjacent to
the conference site and a concert by recording artist Jaci
Velasquez.
NAC registration forms are available in the January
issue of Accent, the magazine for Acteens members. Forms
also can be obtained from state WMU offices. Questions about
special group tours should be directed to state WMU offices.
A registration fee of $80 per person must accompany all
registration forms. The fee includes admission to all NAC
sessions and activities, a registration packet and ID, and
an official NAC T-shirt.
Additional information may be obtained from state
Acteens leaders; by visiting the NAC Internet web site at
www.nac98.com; or calling 1-800-968-7301.
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