A third station is the classroom, where Morris teaches all about horses, and kids make ‘horsey’ crafts, such as beaded and feathered decorations for the halters.
Peace Ranch board member and retired pediatric nurse Mary La Barre is in charge of the Rest and Relaxation station. The enclosed area has snacks, puzzles, places to play and best of all, miniature horses and alpacas to hang out with.
Kaschel said mornings are very structured and move at a rapid pace, so it’s important for campers to have some down time and relax.
Peace Camp runs today through June 28th for ages 9-13 and July 22-26 for ages 6-8. Camp size is limited to 12 campers. For more information, call Jacquelyn Kaschel at 231-499-4736.