There is still so much ahead!
Please consider giving to Camp Mennoscah and/or the M&M Project on Giving Tuesday - this year on November 28 - or as part of your end-of-the-year giving. It’s not that we aren’t thankful for all you’ve done - but there is a lot to be done at Camp, and we already know that God has touched hearts and called many to be part of Camp’s mission. Let’s not just finish the M&M . . .
WE DID IT!
As you all know, Camp Mennoscah was offered a gift of $100,000 last spring. The M&M Project, which stands for Mission and Maintenance, was created to honor this anonymous gift by matching it. We have discovered that we can’t do the mission Camp sets out to do without the time, effort, and finances that it takes to maintain the campus. We knew people would want to be in on this . . .
Come join the crew for the summer of 2024!
SUMMER STAFF! APPLY NOW! The application for 2024 Summer Staff at Camp Mennoscah is open! Find the application under Summer Youth Camps on this website. Summer staff must be 18 years old or older. The staff leadership positions receiving stipends are naturalist, crafts leader, lifeguard, grounds/maintenance, music leader, and office/media. Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled. The 2024 summer camp season . . .
More Events to come as Camp Celebrates 75 years of Camping
Sunday, September 24, marked the official kick-off of Camp Mennoscah's 75th Anniversary Celebration! Patrons younger and older gathered at Camp to play, to share stories and memories, to take a hayrack tour, to sing, to eat a burger or two, and to enjoy a warm autumn day on the river's edge with friends. This event was only the beginning of what is planned as an extended celebration of Camp Mennoscah and the ministry of Camp . . .
Peter Voth and Sarah Booth Join the Board of Directors
During the Annual Meeting of the Camp Mennoscah Association, held on September 24 as a part of the 75 Anniversary Celebration Kick-Off, two new Camp Board members were elected to serve. Peter Voth and Sarah Booth will each join the Board for a three year term. Peter is a teacher in the Manhattan area. He grew up attending Alexanderwohl Mennonite Church and still calls Alexanderwohl his home church. Peter when to Camp . . .