Wednesday Aug 19 2009 comments Lincoln Ranch Camp By: by Karina Williams -A +A Karina WilliamsAmy Abrams, of Lincoln shows Cherish Bruce, 8, left, Karalyna Arana, 5, Eli Ormosen, 8, and the rest of the children at Ranch Camp how she had to bottle feed her goat when it was a baby. Karina WilliamsSeveral hundred workers attended an appreciation lunch hosed by Thunder Valley Casino last week. A few of the workers, from left Darin Keenan, Steve Porter, Jay Halsted, Scott Coverick, and Dave Oblinger, enjoy the rest from work. Karina WilliamsAmy Abrams, of Lincoln guides Eli Ormosen, 8, of Lincoln on her horse during Ranch Camp last week. Karina WilliamsCarissa Martell, 9, of Lincoln swings on the swing made by the children at the Ranch Camp. Karina WilliamsMackenzie Meachim, 10, throws over a flake of hay to feed the cows with Todd Scott, next to her. Karina WilliamsSabrina Desha, 9, gives a flake of hay to the cows during Ranch Camp Friday morning. Karina WilliamsLindy Grey teaches the children attending her Ranch Camp about the importance of irrigation after they feed the cows Friday morning. Camp attendees, from left, Carson Meachim, 8, Dianne Sahaydak, 6, George Cook, 20, Counselor, Mackenzie Meachim, 10, Madeline Roe, 9, Hayley Law, 9, and Carissa Martell, 9, listen to Grey. Karina WilliamsAmy Abrams, of Lincoln talks about the purpose of goats on a ranch to Cami Scott, left Cherish Bruce, Karalyna Arana, 5, and the rest of the children at Ranch Camp last week. Karina WilliamsPetting five-month-old Jimmy the goat that Amy Abrams, of Lincoln, brought to the Ranch Camp, from left, Sabrina Desha, Cherish Bruce, 8, Dianne Sahaydak, 6, Madeline Roe, 9, Eli Ormosen, 8, and Karalyna Arana, 5.