Jay Novicki Special Needs Programs

Address: 27416 Ranch Road
Ashland, NE 68003-3518
Phone: (402) 944-2544 Email: rsasse@nlom.org Website: http://caroljoyholling.org/year-round-jay-novicki-programs

Carol Joy Holling Camp, Conference & Retreat Center
Nebraska Lutheran Outdoor Ministries

"Jay Novicki Programs

Jay Novicki programs provide participants with special needs an opportunity to make new friends, enjoy the outdoor setting and grow in faith.

Participants will enjoy a fun camp experience including activities such as a hay rack ride, boating and fishing, a cookout, creative arts project and sharing in prayer and worship. An accessible golf cart, hay rack and pontoon boat make activities available for all, including those who use wheelchairs.

•     Youth program events are designed for participants ages 13-21.
•     Adult program events are designed for the “over 21” audience.

Those needing assistance with tasks of daily living (e.g. eating, showering or using the restroom) must bring an assistant/aide. Please list specific needs of the participant on the registration form or attach a note with details. Please note these facilities are not 100% handicap accessible. If you have questions about accessibility or activities, please call toll free at 1-888-656-6254 to discuss your individual needs.


Day Camp Programs

Day Camps are usually four hours long and give participants a taste of camp. Come join in the fun of boating and fishing, cooking a tasty meal over the campfire, studying the Bible, praying together, creative arts and more! Each month will bring new activities and a new theme; and at only $10/session you can’t afford to miss out on the fun!

Since the Jay Novicki Program has been generously subsidized by a donor, the cost for the program is just $10 for Day Camp. Full payment for Day Camp is due at the time of registration. Reservations will not be honored until payment is received. Spaces are limited and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration deadline for all events is one week prior to the event."

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