DART Weathers Storm With Noah

DART Weathers The Storm With Noah, Fairbury News Now Nebraska

The DeWitt Area Recovery Team (DART) is partnering with Camp Noah to provide a safe, caring, and interactive environment for children to build resiliency skills after the 2015 flood that affected DeWitt and the surrounding communities.

Camp Noah is a non-profit organization, through Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota, that serves communities impacted by disaster. The camp curriculum is designed to help children build resiliency skills through biblical stories, arts and crafts, camp projects, and music. Additionally, Camp Noah encourages children to grieve their losses, confront their fears, and use their time to share and embrace their uniqueness throughout camp. Registration for Camp Noah is free, and children receive over $150 worth of supplies, along with snacks and meals provided.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Kelli Niemeier at 402-806- 2458 or

email at kelli.niemeier@cune.org. or Tim Garrison at 402-230- 0749.

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