Work, Health, and Love
“Wohelo” stands for Work, Health, and Love—values that have been central to Camp Fire since our founding in 1910. The Wohelo Award is the highest achievement for youth in Camp Fire. This prestigious award, open to teens in grades 9 through 12, offers opportunities for personal development, leadership, and advocacy on important issues.
The award is earned by completing an intensive and highly individualized project. Teens design their projects based on their interests, values, and goals. Completing the requirements to earn the Wohelo Award takes hard work, dedication, motivation, creativity, determination, and discipline. The award demonstrates perseverance, the ability to set and achieve meaningful goals, a strong work ethic, commitment to community service, and leadership.
Wohelo Award recipients tell us it is the most rewarding experience Camp Fire youth will ever have. And, it is an important addition to a job application, college application and interview, and as part of other community activities he or she is interested in.
Wohelo Award Recipients
The following individuals have earned Wohelo Awards in 2017:
Camp Fire Angeles, Long Beach, CA
Isabela Catalonia Dier, Sabrina Rene Hendifar, Bailey Marie Pignatore
Camp Fire Central Coast of California, Arroyo Grande, CA
Samantha Ann Azevedo, Emily Barry, Amber Paige Berry, Kyla Brown-Silva, Megan Minor, Kristina McKiernan Ramsey
Camp Fire Patuxent Area, Bowie, MD
Camp Fire Heart of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, OK
Ann Abbie White, Billie Mouton, Dylan Wright, Kirstin Schweer, Madison Young, Savannah Rilee
Camp Fire Central Oregon, Bend, OR
Spencer Scott, McKenzie Napier
Camp Fire Wilani, Springfield, OR
Jacari Collins, Marissa Freeny, Alexandra Funderburk
Camp Fire Central Puget Sound, Seattle, WA
Marissa Michiko Wong, Emily Ko, Kayla Honmyo
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