JUNE 25 – JULY 1
Archbishop Bergan Catholic School
This camp is a “Next Level” Catholic HEART Workcamp. It is open to those entering the 9th grade in the fall of 2017 and older.
Sandra & Buz Fleissner
- Showers - There are plenty of showers on site.
- Program Area - The program area is in a gym and it is air conditioned.
- Sleeping Arrangements - Campers sleep in classrooms and they are all air conditioned.
This coming summer they will work with an agency doing home repairs for the elderly (painting, deck work – some of the work last summer was pretty extensive). We work with shelters and food banks and a few daycare sites. Majority of work is in building and repairs.
Omaha, NE sits on the bank of the Missouri River. We are the home of the College World Series and our Henry Doorly Zoo is one of the top 10 in the world. Omaha is the home of Father Flannagan’s Girls and Boys Town, is the Headquarters of the Union Pacific Railroad and Mutual of Omaha. In the 50’s, Omaha was the Livestock Capital of the World and many ethnic groups settled in the South Omaha area where the packing houses and stockyards were located. Today, some of those same families who worked in the packing houses still own those homes and are quite elderly and need the help and support of CHWC.
FREE DAY ACTIVITIES
Fun-Plex is an amusement park located in the Ralston neighborhood of Omaha, Nebraska. It is the largest amusement park in Nebraska, and the site of the only roller coaster in Nebraska.
Henry Doorly Zoo
A drive-through wildlife adventure! Explore miles of scenic prairies and wetlands and North American wildlife like Lewis and Clark saw. Also includes IMAX theater.
The Omaha Royals are a minor league baseball team based in Omaha. The team is the Triple-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals major league club. The Royals play in Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium, home to the College World Series for over fifty years.
Mahoney State Park
Mahoney has lots recreational activities, including a Family Aquatic Center, including swimming and wave pools and two 200-plus-foot curling water slides. Other activities include miniature golf, driving range, tennis and basketball courts, softball fields, horseback trail rides, crafts, fishing, picnicking, hiking, and a 70-foot observation tower.