Lifelong Camp Fire Volunteer Honored for Her Service – Camp Fire Central Puget Sound

Please join us in congratulating Lorrie Scott, a 2018 Washington State Governor’s Volunteer Service Award recipient who has gone above and beyond as a Camp Fire volunteer for decades.

Lorrie is the driving force in our Camp Fire archives and museum at Camp Sealth, where she travels once a month — a long trek from her home in Chimacum — to organize records dating back 100 years.

A past Camp Fire Board member, Lorrie has worked for five Camp Fire Councils in Washington, California and Ohio, but says it’s her volunteer work that’s meant the most to her.

Lorrie has led four Camp Fire groups, volunteered at weeklong summer day camps, organized many a Camp Fire alumni reunion and is looking forward to helping plan our upcoming centennial celebration in 2020.

“Whether teaching kids to tie knots with their bare feet, attending a candlelight vigil with my group in front of the Lincoln Memorial, or serving on the board with Seattle’s smartest business leaders, I’ve gained far more than I’ve given. I have friends to last 10 lifetimes.”

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