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Registration is now open!

Club Member Registration (Youth) 

Satellite Club Member Registration (formerly Member at Large)

Club Leader & Co-Leader Registration

Leader References Form

Leader/Co-Leader Background Check 

Interested in Camp Fire but have some questions? Submit this form and our office will contact you. 

Camp Fire Clubs 

As one of the nation’s largest children’s organizations dedicated to youth development, Camp Fire provides programs for boys and girls ages 3 through 18. Clubs can be found in neighborhoods, schools and sometimes at churches or community centers. 

We believe that small groups in a safe, fun environment are the best way to help kids to realize their potential. Leadership, outdoor experiences, environmental awareness, friendship and fun play a big part in Camp Fire Clubs.

You can find out more by clicking the links below:

What is Camp Fire?

Serving youth from ages 3 to 18, Camp Fire helps boys and girls learn and play side by side in comfortable, informal settings. Our co-ed programs allow parents to consolidate schedules for both their daughters and sons.
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Camp Fire Club Programs

The Club Program is split into levels according to grade. Each level provides fun and educational activities that inspire growth. Youth may join the Club Program at any grade.
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How Do I Start A Club?

Based on nationally recognized programming, everything we do is intentional. Kids find caring adults committed to providing positive role models.
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How Do I Become a Leader?

The most important gift you can give is your time. Mentors provide the enthusiasm and passion to nurture today’s youth. Camp Fire provides the opportunity for children to find their spark, lift their voice and discover their potential. Become a Leader or Co-Leader for a group of kids or for your own son or daughter’s club.
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Volunteer with Camp Fire

If you are interested in volunteering call our office at 509-747-6191. 

Volunteer Application and Agreement - to be completed after initial screening