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North Dakota 4-H Camp Renovation & Building Project

Paving the Way to a New Destiny

Help us finish something positive. We are so excited to see our plans for the North Dakota 4-H Camp come to life. Current buildings are being modernized and a multipurpose education center is under construction. We have a few more steps to go, and 4-H needs your financial help to finish the project with new indoor and outdoor furnishings, equipment and program amenities.

Paving a Way to a New Destiny brochure

Donor Levels

Benefactor Level

$250,000

Patron Level

$100,000

Cabin Level

$50,000

Emerald Clover Level

$25,000

Ruby Clover Level

$10,000

Gold Clover Level

$5,000

Camp Supporter:

         $2,500           $1,000            $500
                      $250               $100

Donor Opportunity

The North Dakota 4-H Camp is being modernized, with all current buildings being remodeled and a multipurpose building being constructed. These improvements will help enhance our learning environments, increase our capacity to accommodate larger youth groups, provide access to people of all abilities and ensure a safe camping facility.

Program Amenities

Donors can choose to sponsor the development or renovation of one of the outdoor camp areas, including a chapel, two arenas, storage buildings, crafts shack, basketball court, one animal shelter and a small pasture. Planned additions to the camp may include a multidiscipline shooting range, pavilion, fishing pond, high-ropes course, and walking and riding trails.

Indoor Outdoor Furniture & Equipment

Donors also can choose to sponsor the replacement of indoor and outdoor furniture and equipment at the camp. Examples of these items include bunks and other furnishings for all cabins, seating for small-group gatherings in a variety or areas, tables and chairs for the Johnsrud Center and the renovated dining hall, kitchen equipment and serving pieces related to dining.

Paver Patios

Patios and being built adjacent to the Johnsrud Center and the Dining Hall to create outdoor gathering areas. These patios will use a paver patio design, creating the opportunity for an engraved brick patio.

All gifts of $100 and larger will include an engraved brick. The bricks are 4 by 8 inches and can be engraved to honor, memorialize, celebrate or thank friends, family and supporters.

Camp Update - Oct. 30, 2014

 

Camp Update - Sept. 18th

The Renovations and Construction Have Begun!


For the past month the construction crew has been hard at work clearing out the existing cabins and Dinning Hall as well as clearing the ground for the new building. We are so excited to see how things are coming along!

 

 

Camp Update - Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Building/Renovation Project:


We are excited to be finishing the planning/design phase of the renovation and new building project, and are transitioning to developing construction contracts with general, mechanical and electrical contractors.

Camp Update - Friday, February 28, 2014
Plans for the new Johnsrud building

We are excited to be finishing the final phase of camp planning and design activities and have new renderings showing the 'Johnsrud 4-H Education Center', a site map showing the location of the buildings, and a floor plan for the 'Johnsrud' building.


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Center for 4-H Youth Development
Phone: +1 (701) 231-7251
Campus address: FLC 219
Physical/delivery address: 1400 Centennial Blvd, Fargo, ND 58102
Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 7280 / PO Box 6050 / Fargo, ND 58108-6050
Page manager: 4-H

Last Updated: Tuesday, November 18, 2014 4:37:48 PM