Chihuly Glass Sculptures

National Art Project 2015-2016: Two Ways to Enter

National Competition Glass is the suggested medium for the 2015–2016 open medium. Through a range of activities, youth can explore new techniques in this art medium.Camp Fire is continuing to follow the established six-year cycle of art mediums—painting, fibers, printmaking, photography, clay, and open medium. This year, Camp Fire is thrilled to partner with Museum […]

Aurora and family at WoHeLo Dinner

Years of Dedicated Service to Camp Fire

Youth who stay in Camp Fire’s Group Program through high school have the opportunity to earn their WoHeLo (Work, Health, and Love) Award, the highest honor that a Camp Fire youth can attain. This June, we celebrated the work of 4 incredible teens who earned their WoHeLo Awards with Camp Fire Central Puget Sound. We invite you to read about their accomplishments in our WoHeLo Award blog series!

Samantha Receiving WoHeLo Award

Welcoming the Fall with a WoHeLo Award Story

Youth who stay in Camp Fire’s Group Program through high school have the opportunity to earn their WoHeLo (Work, Health, and Love) Award, the highest honor that a Camp Fire youth can attain. This June, we celebrated the work of 4 incredible teens who earned their WoHeLo Awards with Camp Fire Central Puget Sound. We invite you to read about their accomplishments in our WoHeLo Award blog series!

WoHeLo Award Earned through Service, Teaching, Leadership & Health

Youth who stay in Camp Fire’s Group Program through high school have the opportunity to earn their WoHeLo (Work, Health, and Love) Award which is the highest honor that a Camp Fire youth can attain. This June, we celebrated the work of 4 incredible teens who earned their WoHeLo Awards with Camp Fire Central Puget Sound. We invite you to read about their accomplishments in our WoHeLo Award blog series!

Service Emblems, WoHeLo Award

Exemplary Camp Fire Teens Earn WoHeLo Award

Youth who stay in Camp Fire’s Group Program through high school have the opportunity to earn their WoHeLo (Work, Health, and Love) Award which is the highest honor that a Camp Fire youth can attain. This June, we celebrated the work of 4 incredible teens who earned their WoHeLo Awards with Camp Fire Central Puget Sound. We invite you to read about their accomplishments in our WoHeLo Award blog series!

Enter Projects in the Washington State Fair!

Each Camp Fire youth from the Central Puget Sound and Orca Camp Fire Council’s can submit up to 20 entries! Ribbons are awarded by age group and by category, and there are over 200 different categories to enter. A sweepstakes rosette is given to the entrant with the most blue ribbons from multiple categories in at least five different divisions, and a Best in Category ribbon will be awarded in each Division. All entries need to have been completed within the last year.

Camp Fire Flag

Happy Birthday Camp Fire!

Let’s Celebrate! Camp Fire turns an incredible 105 years old on March 17, 2015! Help us celebrate! Please Join Us! Group Program members are cordially invited to join us for a Skating Party! It will take place at the Broadview Thompson Elementary Gym, 13052 Greenwood Avenue N., on Friday, March 20th from 6:00pm – 8:15pm.  […]