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Camp Fire Hosts "Fall Family Fun Night"

Camp Fire's Harrell Park will be filled with Camp Fire Boys and Girls along with their families at the “Fall Family Fun Night” on September 30th from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.

Any children interested in becoming a member of Camp Fire are also invited with their families to attend the event.

The party will be hosted by Camp Fire board, staff, and friends. Food will consist of hot dogs, roasted corn, and s'mores. “Tommy Tunes” will DJ the event and there will be carnival games and a freight train for further entertainment.

For more information, call the Camp Fire office at 322-5209
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