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Camp Fire Membership Drive

 

Members of the Camp Fire North Texas board of directors, advisory board and friends of Camp Fire will be calling on more than 1,000 people asking them to partner with Camp Fire in providing exciting programs for more than 2,000 children and their families by contributing financially. The goal is set for $60,000. The team members will be asking for a $100 Sustaining Membership gift but will be pleased to receive more or less.

Programs provided by the council include Traditional Club, Self Reliance, Special Services (after-school), camping and Outdoor/Environmental education. Camp Fire has continually adapted its programs and services to meet the changing needs of youth through the years.

The kick-off will be held at the A. D. January Lodge at Harrell Park on Friday, November 1 at 12 p.m.

Anyone desiring to give to Camp Fire through this drive should drop by the Camp Fire office, 2414 Ninth Street, or call (940)322-5209.

 

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