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Quest

July 10th-14th, 2017
Grades: 6-8

quest camp

Quest camp is for kids going into 6th-8th grade. For this camp campers will choose to participate in a track for the week of camp. They will have the option to choose from Horsemanship, Woodshop, Art, Marksmanship/Gun Safety, or Cooking. This will be a great opportunity for campers to learn new skills as well as walk deeper into their faith in Jesus Christ.

Tracks:
Our track program gives campers the opportunity to focus their time on an activity that interests them. The will spend time each morning in their track, learning new skills that they can take with them. 

Shooting Sports: Participants will learn the basics of firearms safety for rifle, pistol, and shotguns.  The SE Minnesota Sportsman's Club is providing NRA certified shooting instructors and shooting range time for this camp.  Most shooting will be done at the Club.  Transportation will be provided. 

Woodshop: Participants will learn the basics of operating various wood working tools while working on various projects.  We have some fun projects to work on that can be taken home at the end of the week.

Art: Participants will learn to use and exercise their creativity through many different areas of art including: sketching, watercolor, and textiles, weaving, embroidery, tie dye. Most of all, the participants will come to an understanding of what it means to be made in the image of God who is the ultimate Creator. We are creative because we are made in His image, and this, more than anything else, should encourage us to ALWAYS be passionately creating! 

Cooking:  This track will be taught by our Kitchen Director Jan Odle and her team. Participants will have the opportunity to learn various kitchen skills and cooking methods. We will start by learning the basics of safe and healthy food choices, then move on in learning how to use many of the tools of cooking: such  as knives, meat thermometers, measuring utensils, etc. We will be helping prep for one of the camp meals and try our hand at outdoor cooking! The best part is we will get to eat what we make each day! 

Horsemanship: Campers will  advance in both their riding and education of horses from Launch camp. Campers will enjoy both an extra day of riding as well as more time with the horses throughout each day of camp. Horsemanship includes indoor western riding lessons & outdoor scenic trail rides. Campers will review and learn more about horse behavior, horse care, colors and breeds, grooming, how to catch and halter a horse and groundwork. Quest horsemanship participants will also learn how to saddle their horse. The week ends with a certificate and a picture of the camper and one of the horses they rode at Ironwood. We require that anyone registering for this camp weigh 225# or less. This track is limited to 30 participants, so register early!




Paper Registration Form


Camp Cost:
  • $380 Register after May 1st 
  • $360 early bird pricing by May 1st

Horsemanship Track:

  • $100 Additional fee for horsemanship.
Horsemanship for Quest Camp is FULL - please call/email to be on the waiting list.
Sign up for horsemanship while attending camp at Ironwood Springs. There will be a maximum of 20 riders for the horseman program, so register early. Campers will have the opportunity to advance in both their riding and education of horses from Junior I camp. Campers will enjoy both and an extra day of riding as well as more time with the horses throughout each day of camp!!  Horsemanship includes indoor western riding lessons & outdoor scenic trail rides. Campers will review and learn more about horse behavior, horse care, colors and breeds, grooming, and catching/haltering a horse. Junior II horsemanship participants will also learn how to saddle their horse. The week ends with a certificate and a picture of the camper and one of the horses they rode at Ironwood. Picture and highlight video highlights will be included in the closing program. Approximately 8 hours of horsemanship time.

Check In:
8:00 a.m. July 10 at the Main Office Building

Closing Program:
5:30 p.m. July 14 at the Chapel
Parents are encouraged to attend! Join us for food and fellowship after the closing program at the family cookout

Meals:
Meals are provided Monday lunch through Friday supper and they are included in the cost 

Who can attend:
For boys and girls going into grades 6-8 in the fall of 2017

Lodging:
Campers will be staying in  the dorms or the cabins, which are air conditioned. They will need to bring their own bedding.

Camp Highlights:

  • Bible messages
  • Worship
  • Cabin Devotions
  • Group Games
  • Mini Golf
  • Archery
  • Mini Farm
  • Free Time
  • Crafts
  • Swimming
  • Zip line
  • BIFFER
  • Variety Show
  • And more

Contacts:
Grace 
E-Mail Grace
Call 507-533-4315


Questions about Horse Programs or Trail Rides:
Wrangler
Email Wrangler
Call 507-533-9933

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  Ironwood Springs Christian Ranch is located in Stewartville, MN.
For more information, please call 507-533-4315.
ISCR is a non-profit, non-denominational camp founded in 1976.

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