2017 Solar Eclipse

Looking for a great place to view the solar eclipse on August 21, 2017?

Cascade Lake 4-H Camp is offering a special on the Cabins at the camp in Donnelly. The package includes: one cabin that will sleep 1 to 13 campers, a pancake breakfast 8:30 to 9:30 am on Monday, and a great site to view the eclipse at 11:37 am.

This will be a family friendly location, with no alcoholic beverages or smoking allowed. Cabins have 13 bunks with mattresses; bring your own bedding, towels and toiletries.

Come support the 4-H Camp and have a beautiful location to view the eclipse. The camp is in the path of totality. Reservations required and payment made to hold a cabin.

Contact us for reservations forms at contact@cascadelake4hcamp.com.

Each cabin will rent for $500 for the night of August 20th. The cabins will sleep up to 13 people. The camp has community shower & toilet facilities, including ADA accessible paths. Cabins will be offered for $250 if you want to stay the night of August 21. The breakfast Monday morning is the only meal that will be offered for this event. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.

To check on availability of dates or for more information, please email us at contact@cascadelake4hcamp.com.

The $500 rental fee can be paid by check and mailed to the address below, or you can click here to pay via credit card. Please contact us to confirm your reservation before submitting payment.

Cascade Lake 4-H Camp, Inc
contact@cascadelake4hcamp.com
217 W Georgia Av, Suite 100
Nampa, ID 83686

Put Your Giving Shoes On

Idaho Gives is May 4, 2017 and we are asking you to join us in our efforts to make this the most awesome day of giving the nation has ever seen!

Click here and take five minutes to give to Cascade Lake 4-H Camp, Inc.

After that, you can give to other nonprofits that do work you support or just kick back and watch how high the giving can go at idahogives.org!

Your donation of any amount will help. We are working on completing accessible paths at the 4-H Camp and making improvements to docks, cabins, lighting and the lodge at the 52 year old facility.

Here’s how you can make a HUGE difference:

  • Make a donation.
  • Spread the word. Text a friend. Forward this email. Post on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #idahogives.
  • Oh, and you can also just tell someone in person – that works, too. You also don’t have to wait until May 4. The site is active, and you can make a donation now.

Thanks for your help!

Idaho Gives is a statewide, 24-hour giving day taking place on May 4th, 2017, and it’s all online!

Spring 2017 Newsletter

Progress Continues on Path to the Future

In 2016, Cascade Lake 4-H Camp began work on a path improvement project to ensure campers of all abilities can enjoy the facility. The project involves upgrading 4,253 feet of pathway that will be 4′ wide. A total 17,012 sq. ft. of stable, safe path will be constructed with a packed gravel base covered by True Grid Pavers filled with more gravel. Construction of each running foot of path will cost $9 to $10.

With the help of many generous donors and volunteers, Cascade Lake 4-H Camp has completed Phase 1 of the path improvement project. During 2016 spring and fall work weekends, friends of the camp constructed accessible paths from the parking lot to the lodge, health lodge, dock, barbeque area, ADA bathrooms, and two cabins.

We have currently raised the funds needed to complete Phase 2, which will include construction of accessible pathways to the campfire area, amphitheater, flag pole, horseshoe pits, basketball court, and corrals, as well as accessible parking at the archery and rifle ranges.

The Camp Board continues to seek donations and volunteers to complete the second and third phases of the project. These improvements will help ‘make the best, better’ for all who use the trails. Thanks for your support and happy camping trails to all!


MEMORIAL GIFTS

In memory of Clara Gray from Lori Jones & Kathy Lauer.

In memory of Nita Sale from Shirley Lappens.

In memory of former Camp Board member Alma Pethtel from Dorothy Montgomery, Ray & Ronel Peterson, Dean & Amy Hayashida, Ron & Faye Russell, Janice & John Stimpson, Carol McCandles, Charlie & Carol Pintler, Marilyn Denning, Theresa & Mark Araquistain, and Kathy Lauer.

Is there a special person in your life you would like to honor with a gift to Cascade Lake 4-H Camp? It could be someone who made your camp experience possible, a special friend you met at camp, your 4-H leader or someone who has made an impact on the 4-H program. Let them know.


Please “GIVE” to Cascade Lake 4-H Camp on May 4th.


Join the Board of Cascade Lake 4-H Camp

Former 4-H campers and counselors, friends of the camp, and parents or grandparents are needed to fill vacancies on the Cascade Lake 4-H Camp Board of Directors. Share your talents and help ensure this beautiful facility is sustained for future generations of campers. Contact Kathy Lauer at 208-467-3237 for additional information.


Thank you to the clubs that donated to Path to the Future:

* NuAcres 4-H Club
* Vallivue 4-H Club
* Lucky Clovers 4-H Club
* Canyon County 4-H Council

Thank you to Pine Acres Camp, 4-H Camp Counselors, and all the other individuals who helped with Path to the Future during 2016 spring and fall work weekends.


Become a friend of Cascade Lake 4-H Camp by making a tax deductible contribution
today!

By Check
Make payable to “Cascade Lake 4-H Camp” and mail to:
217 W Georgia Ave. Suite 100
Nampa, ID 83686

By Credit Card through PayPal
Click here to donate

If you are sending a Memorial or Appreciation Gift, please note on your check or e-mail Contact@CascadeLake4HCamp.com.


THANK YOU

John and Orah Brandt Foundation
Wayne and Peggy Thiessen Fund
Simplot Transportation
Donors who gave through United Way 2016
All who supported Cascade Lake 4-H Camp this year

2017 Spring Work Weekend

Cascade Lake 4-H Camp invites you to join us for Spring Work Weekend 2017!

WHERE: Beautiful Cascade Lake 4-H Camp, Donnelly Idaho
WHEN: Saturday & Sunday May 20 & 21, 2017
WHAT: Clean-up and preparation for summer camps & ADA path construction.
WHO: Anyone wanting to help with the work and enjoy good food and friendly people. 4H’ers*, parents, clubs & groups are welcome.

Cabins available for Friday & Saturday night, reservations required. Please RSVP no later than May 12.

QUESTIONS: Please contact Kathy 467-3237 or lauerk@heritagewifi.com

*All youth under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

COME JOIN THE FUN!

Download the Work Weekend Application and Waiver