Organizations Filed Purposes:
To organize, conduct and maintain a ranch for the development of character and to improve the spiritual, mental, vocational, recreational, social physical condition of boys girls. To manage and operate the ranch and its activities for the purpose of diffusing a general knowledge of the Bible and its teaching through lectures, activities fellowship.
To organize, conduct and maintain a ranch for the development of character and to improve the spiritual, mental, vocational, recreational, social and physical condition of boys and girls.
Strong Tower Ranch provides free year-around horse programs and summer day camps for children who have challenging life circumstances. Strong Tower Ranch also provides day camp programs to paid campers. Together they served 575 children in 2018. The Day Camps mission is to provide a high quality, Christ-centered day camp experience for children and youth aged 8-14. They strive to have activities that are both entertaining and character building. Activities include but are not limited to swimming, boating, horseback riding, games, creation, singing, Bible lessons, crafts, archery, outdoor cooking, obstacle course, hay rides, hiking and fishing. The Horsemanship Camps give the solid foundation it takes to be a skilled, safe rider, while building a relationship of trust and respect with the horse. Those same attributes are carried over in the daily devotional as they learn more about how they can strengthen their relationship with Jesus. Camp times are 9am-4pm Monday through Thursday and 9am-5pm on Friday. There is a parent program at the horse arena on Fridays 4pm-5pm.
Camp facilities are available all year for rental by churches baptism, fall festival, picnic, Sunday School classes, scouting programs, family reunions, birthday parties, graduation parties, wedding receptions, etc. The Wilderness Cabin is available for families and groups to rent for retreats and other activities. Several mission groups also stayed there while serving during day camp weeks. The ranch continues to serve Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts and other groups with quality horse demonstration and trail rides.
The Ranch has a worker to camper ratio between 12 and 13 each camp week. There is a lifeguard supervising water activities, and a full time nurse on the Ranch property during camp hours. All staff goes through training which includes Child Protection Policies. Background checks are done on staff members aged 18 and up. We trained approximately 224 adults and teens in Christian leadership and evangelism.
Executives Listed on Filing
Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing
|Name||Title||Hours Per Week||Total Salary|
|Andrew Moehlenpah||VICE CHAIRMAN||5||$0|
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