Many Carol Joy Holling Camp campers have never had the opportunity to interact with a horse before coming to camp. Interacting with these beautiful creatures has an impact on how campers see the majesty of God’s creation.
We run two barns during summer camp—at Ranch Camp and The Grove.
Because several horses have retired over the past few years, the Carol Joy Holling Camp
herd needs to grow by seven horses before next summer.
Who do you know with a horse to donate or sell?
Horses trained for 4H make the best camp horses. Can you ask your local 4H chapter if anyone is graduating from horse showmanship? We’d love to talk with them to see if their horse could be a good fit for Carol Joy Holling Camp.
For more information, contact Roger Maxon, Director of Buildings & Grounds, at
RMaxon@NLOM.org or 402-944-2544.