Inside the Camp Restore Offseason

October 14th, 2013 by in Blogs, The Latest

There is a time for every season, and October falls in the middle of our “offseason” at Camp Restore. Check out how we keep busy before the next rush of volunteers!

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Beyond the Final Frontier

June 2nd, 2013 by in Blogs, The Latest

June 2, 2013- For my latest blog, I’m turning things over to Bill Mattheessen, President at Prince of Peace (home to Camp Restore) and our most-dedicated local volunteer, to share a bit of his story.

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Living Out Martin Luther King Jr.’s Dream

January 21st, 2013 by in Blogs, The Latest

January 21, 2013- Old barriers are being torn down, lines are being crossed, and life is being lived to the fullest here. From this comes my hope for the future of our country, as did Dr. King’s.

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Restoration and Reconciliation

October 21st, 2012 by in Blogs, The Latest

Let we who’ve already discovered the joy of service continue to encourage one another and do everything we can to share this blessing with our friends, neighbors and countrymen!

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Restoring Our Wetlands – Part Two

October 7th, 2012 by in News from NOLA, The Latest

We take a look at the projects underway to help restore the Mississippi River Delta and its critical wetlands.

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Louisiana Saturday Night

September 2nd, 2012 by in Blogs, The Latest

By halftime, Tiger Stadium was half-full, if that. As LSU pulled further ahead late in the third quarter, nearly everyone left, and we did too. It wasn’t because it was a blowout, though that did make the decision easier.

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The NOLA-Nebraska Connection

August 16th, 2012 by in Blogs, The Latest

By Kurt Jostes
…so, without much further ado, I present my Top Ten New Orleans-Nebraska connections.

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Restoring Our Wetlands – Part One

July 8th, 2012 by in News from NOLA, The Latest

“Yet it is safe to say that the development of the delta country during the twentieth century… …at whatever cost… …will be so remarkable that the people of the whole United States can well afford, when the time comes, to build a protective levee against the Gulf waters.” National Geographic, 1897

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Summer Volunteering in New Orleans

July 1st, 2012 by in Blogs, The Latest

It’s science. Now, if we could just do something about the humidity…

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