JAMESTOWN (NewsDakota.com) – Elks Camp Grassick serving children and adults with special needs enters its 65th year of operation this summer.
Camp director Dan Mimnaugh says Camp Grassick, located 50 miles west of Jamestown on Lake Isabel, offers six different camping sessions during the summer, targeting children and adults of all ages across the state who have various disabilities and special needs.
The camp offers safe activities and services, including speech and language services, occupational therapy activities, reading instruction, craft activities, swimming instruction and supervised recreation.
Camp Grassick is funded by the North Dakota Elks Association, and is also funded by the annual Runnin O’ the Green held in Jamestown. This year’s first camping session kicks off June 10, says Mimnaugh.
He says all spots in the camps are full, but the camp is still in need of more staffers for full-time summer jobs. Anyone interested in open positions can call Camp Grassick at 701-327-4251.
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