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History: Later Construction

  • Pheasant Run - a motel-style facility built in 1958 near the slab that was the foundation of Moran's extensive pheasant cages, and renovated in 2001.
  • Westview classrooms, built in 1958. A nursery was equipped there in 2000 and a toddler playground installed outside in 2004.
  • The campground, added in 1958, with access to hiking trails, the Mo-Ranch Rapids , and an ancient Indian site. Now including five Cabins, this area has been a long-term project of the Mo-Ranch Men's Conference and was named The Andrew Edington Campground in 2001 in memory of that beloved leader in the conference.
  • Nicklos Place, the hilltop retreat built by E. J. Nicklos, a Conoco associate and friend of Dan Moran. Nicklos, a Presbyterian, helped arrange the Synod's purchase of Mo-Ranch. Mo-Ranch bought Nicklos Place in 1977 and later remodeled the garage to provide additional housing and a meeting room.
  • Chapel on the Hill, dedicated in 1986 as a memorial to Cyrus Johnston, is the site outdoor worship.
  • King Dining Hall, named in honor of Dr. Charles L. King, a major participant in the purchase of Mo-Ranch. The three dining areas can serve approximately 500 people at a sitting. The old dining hall was subsequently remodeled to become the Mabee Education Building, housing Registration, the sales office, the Library, Gift Shop & Book Store, meeting rooms, and Dishman Auditorium.
  • The 50-room Wynne/Flato Lodge, built in 1985 in honor of Franklin and Grace Flato, and the late Toddie Lee Wynne, Sr.
  • The Prayer Tank , an outdoor area for meditation, built in 1986 as a memorial to L. B. "Bill" Edwards, was originally an old cistern for water storage.
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