Camp Noah provides escape for tiniest tornado victims
NORMAN, Okla.– A camp designed to help children who suffered through a disaster is now coming to Oklahoma to serve some of the Sooner State’s smallest victims.
Camp Noah’s Summer Day Camp Program partners with communities to provide a safe and fun environment for children to process their disaster experience.
The camp will be coming to the University Lutheran Church, located at 914 Elm Ave., on June 24 through June 28.
Parents may register their elementary school student for one of 60 spots available at this year’s camp.
It is Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with doors opening at 8 a.m.
The program is free for all campers and each child will receive over $150 in supplies, crafts and gifts.
Organizers say transportation, breakfast and lunch are all provided.
Camp Noah has led programs in 22 states and been recognized nationally for its achievements in responding to a wide range of natural and human-caused disasters.
Register today – space is limited! You can register here online.
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