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Camp Fire USA Fall Family Fun Night

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Children and their families who have already become members can attend "Fall Family Fun Night" on Monday. They would also like to invite children and their families who would like to join Camp Fire to attend and join that evening. 

Canoeing, Cook-outs, Food, Fitness, Fishing, Veterans Parade, Christmas Parade, "Christmas in the Park," Service Projects and Family Overnights are just some of what Camp Fire has to offer.  Those activities are just the first half of the year---there's much more to come in the spring. 

Camp Fire USA is forming clubs in Wichita, Archer, Clay, Montague, and Young counties with quality leaders and a dynamic program for youth of all ages.  They also provide an after-school program at Camp Fire's Harrell Park in Wichita Falls each week-day afternoon.

Register by Friday to get a free Camp Fire T-Shirt!  Please call 322-5209 or come by the Camp Fire office at 2414 Ninth Street.  Please visit our web site at www.campfirentx.org. or our Facebook page www.Facebook.com/CampFireNorthTexas.
 

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