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Adopt-a-Cabin

MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE

We are so grateful for the individuals and groups who have made the commitment to adopt a cabin, a room in our retreat center, or another building at the camp.

Adopters can choose to provide both the materials and labor, or to provide the volunteers when the materials are provided.

 

It allows the camp to keep improving the facilities and ensures that the camp will continue to impact lives for years to come.

Having that level of involvement in the future of Red Willow Ministries is very encouraging, and allows the camp to keep improving the facilities, not just maintain what is here.

If you are intereseted in our adopt-a program and would like additional information, please call us at (701) 676-2681 or use the contact form.

UP FOR ADOPTION

These cabins and program buildings are up for “adoption.” Details, photos and estimates of time and money involved are available upon request.

 

For more information, call us at (701) 676-2681 or use the contact form.

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FORMER BOYS' BATHHOUSE

"THE BUNKER"

One of the challenges of modern-day Outdoor Ministry is re-purposing old buildings. At Red Willow Bible Camp, a decommissioned boy’s bathhouse has been partially remodeled into housing for the young men who work at the camp in the summer.

A fundraiser was held to pay for needed upgrades, including a new steel roof, new windows, and adding patio doors to a small deck. The fixtures were all demolished and interior cleared out. The large portion of the old bathhouse is now being used for sleeping/living quarters for support staff. 

The small former staff bathroom is now used as storage for camping and environmental education equipment. The former utility room is also used for storage.

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BETHEL

The Miller Family

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BOAT HOUSE

Bob & Becky Delfs of Binford

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ESTHER (FORMERLY SPIRITWOOD)

Zion Lutheran of Grand Rapids

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RETREAT CENTER DORM ROOMS

One of the challenges of modern-day Outdoor Ministry is re-purposing old buildings. At Red Willow Bible Camp, a decommissioned boy’s bathhouse has been partially remodeled into housing for the young men who work at the camp in the summer.

A fundraiser was held to pay for needed upgrades, including a new steel roof, new windows, and adding patio doors to a small deck. The fixtures were all demolished and interior cleared out. The large portion of the old bathhouse is now being used for sleeping/living quarters for support staff. 

The small former staff bathroom is now used as storage for camping and environmental education equipment. The former utility room is also used for storage.

CURRENTLY ADOPTED

Joshua

JOSHUA

Trinity Lutheran of Lisbon

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LUKE

Family and the Prairie Rivers Parish

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MARK

Our Savior's Lutheran of Valley City

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MATTHEW

Morning Star Parish of Perkin, Tolna, and Warwick

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MEMORIAL CHAPEL

Trinity Lutheran of Carrington and Tri-County Ministry

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NAZARETH

Maple-Sheyenne Lutheran of Harwood

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PHOEBE

The Satrom Family

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RUTH (FORMERLY LITTLE NORWAY)

Sheyenne-Oberon Area Ministry

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TIMOTHY

Trinity Lutheran of Cooperstown