Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs

Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs


SuperKids is a non-profit children's ministry. The ministry holds three different events for the children of Moore County. 

Winter Blast is a one day camp held on a Saturday in February. SuperKids Camp is a weeklong day camp that is held in June or July and the Fall Fest is a Halloween event. This year, the 2016 Winter Blast will be held on February 20th, 2016. SuperKids takes place May 30th through June 3rd.

The free camps are held in Moore County. They are hosted by Cornerstone City Church of Dumas in cooperation with other local churches and businesses. The camps are action-packed with sports, silly games, track/field, team building skills and more. All activities take place in a safe, well-supervised environment.

The staff and team leaders at the camps are all volunteer parents and qualified college or high school youth. Their goal is for each child to receive the best possible care, development, and benefit from a comprehensive and creative program.

Fall Fest is a safe night full of games and candy on Halloween each year.

The events respect the diversity of families of the Moore community. Staff is instructed to keep it basic and respect the culture and faith of each individual.

For more information, contact Pastor Teresa Gordoa or Christa Madrid at Cornerstone City Church. Their address is 10 Elm St. in Dumas. You can call them at 806-935-4321. Be sure to take a look at our Find Services, Groups and Events page for other events and services, too.

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