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AJ Crocker say's good-bye to just a few of the youth who attended the event this past weekend.

Blown away by the over-all success of Youth Quake 2013, AJ Crocker, director of Youth Quake, said he is now going to take a few weeks to get back to the daily grind, hang out with his family and relish in what he called “a home run weekend,” before starting all over again.

However, before looking at 2014, Crocker said “lets reflect on 2013.”

“It was a smashing success.

“From registration numbers, to the technical smoothness, to the quality of entertainers and concert performers, to the hosting our students did and to the challenge, personal development and faith development that was happening, all of those aspects were through the charts this year.

“This has been the smoothest and most successful Youth Quake weekend I have ever been a part of.”

Which is saying a lot since this was Crocker’s ninth Youth Quake event.

While the thousands of guests filed out of the Hildebrand Chapel Sunday Afternoon, Crocker sat back and said he wanted to just take a moment to reflect on the weekend and express his gratitude for the hundreds of Briercrest College and Seminary community members who helped pull the whole thing off.

“All of our expectations were exceeded this weekend.”

Organizations: Briercrest College

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  • Stu Griffin
    February 19, 2013 - 21:56

    Mr. Crocker was blown away...really ?..Where did he get blew to?..Is he ok?..Was he hurt?...Oh my!