Creepy Crawly is an annual fall festival for younger children. Filled with simple carnival-style games (i.e. duck pond, penny toss, bean bag throw, go fish, etc.), a cakewalk, prizes, music, snacks, crafts, and costumes! CC is open to the public and is focused on children in preschool through 5th grade. Also there is a light dinner for purchase ($2.50) (hotdogs/chips/drink).
Creepy Crawly is sponsored by the Drifter's Car Club and GFWC Junior Woman's Club.
During a designated Saturday in November, we will gather at the Camp Fire campus to laugh, play, eat together, sing songs and enjoy the simple joy of a good old-fashioned campfire! Everyone is welcome - grab a blanket or chair and enjoy an evening of fellowship and fun!
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For the last 20 years, Camp Fire has taken part in this national initiative to celebrate the work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We gather to take part in a local service project as a way to remember. Some of our projects will be larger in scale and others will be smaller, but all will be family-friendly! Past project partners have included VISTE, Circle B Bar, and Street Audubon Center.
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Camping is a long-standing tradition of Camp Fire. The Sunshine Council offers Spring Camp to registered Camp Fire clubs and families. Whether tent camping or cabin camping, members will find the camp experience to be a theme-based weekend with just the right mix of fun and education where they will create memories that last a lifetime. Themes range from The Sixties to Medieval Times. In addition to Spring Camp, the Sunshine Council occasionally offers other camping opportunities for families, teens and youth members.
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Young people want to shape the world.
Camp Fire provides the opportunity to find their spark, lift their voice, and discover who they are.
In Camp Fire, it begins now.