After a long, fun-filled day of elections, sports, and sightseeing, BBYO closed International Convention 2020 out with its annual concert and dance, featuring three noteworthy artists and showing IC attendees a great time before flying home the next day.
This year, Bryce Vine, Quinn XCII, and Matoma came to perform for us. There was a feeling of electricity in the room, and everyone was so excited to experience an amazing concert with friends old and new. The performers definitely didn’t disappoint—their sets included hit after hit and the audience loved it.
Additionally, the Max F. Baer Spirit Gavel and Anita Perlman Spirit Cup were awarded at the BBYO Celebrates event. This year they were awarded to Rocky Mountain Region and Manhattan Region, respectively. Overall, this was a great night that perfectly ended Convention as we celebrated that tomorrow did indeed happen here.
Ashley Faber is a BBG from CSR and loves to play the violin.
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Parshat Behar is about letting the land rest so that it may be fruitful. This is similar to our own lives because we have had to learn to rest and slow down this past year. It is important to learn how to rest, and there are many lessons we can use moving forward when returning to a sense of normalcy.
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