Camp Fire stands for a civil society fostered by engaged and informed citizens of all ages. That was core to our founding in 1910. In fact, our founder’s deep belief in patriotism was reflected in our movement’s first defining colors of red, white, and blue. Our founders believed that girls and young women had both the right and the responsibility to be fully contributing members of society—10 years before women had the right to vote.
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