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In Memory of Eunice Granzin

The Camp Fire family recently lost someone with more than 22 years of service, Eunice Granzin. Eunice served the St.

Helping Youth in the Aftermath of a Mass Shooting

In challenging times as in good, youth need three champions to thrive: their family, their school, and the community. Children

Thrive{ology} at Work

Camp Fire doesn’t have to look very far to realize our movement is full of thriving youth. They’re all around

Continued Investment by Major Funders

Both S. D. Bechtel Jr., Foundation and New York Life Foundation, after taking a look at the strides Camp Fire

Teens in Action Make Colorful Statement

Real change happens when local communities care. When Camp Fire Teens in Action become involved in the change, sparks fly.

Time at Sea Thoughtfully Remembered

“It sure was a treasure,” remembered Peggy Fisher, former Camp Fire member and current resident of St Paul, Minn., as
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I See You… In Glass

Lucia Thede calls herself “one proud momma” when she talks about her nine-year-old son Luca. She describes him as a
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Wohelo: The Highest Achievement

“Wohelo” stands for Work, Health, and Love—values that have been central to Camp Fire since our founding in 1910. The

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