Campfire Girl

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a girl who is a member of Campfire Girls

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In A Campfire Girl in Summer Camp, for example, two Camp Fire Girls named Bessie and Dolly encounter "gypsies" while hiking in the woods.
I hope GRIT readers can help me find a clothespin apron pattern and the Campfire Girls books.
Remember: the Campfire Girls and Boys and the Girl Scouts have recognized the importance of nondiscriminatory policies; so have Boy Scout organizations throughout most of Europe.
Healthy families tend to set certain conditions: "We will support you in karate lessons or Campfire Girls if you want to join, but we expect you to commit yourself to it for six months or a year without our nagging.
Since going into service the huge refractor and its state-of-the-art CCD cameras have thrilled tens of thousands of visitors, including boy scouts, campfire girls, students of all ages, church groups, amateur astronomers, and the general public.
His service included: treasurer of the Worcester Rotary Club; treasurer and director of the Worcester Taxpayers Association; treasurer and director of the Home for Aged Men in Worcester; finance chairman of the Campfire Girls; director, Executive Committee, community trustee, assistant treasurer, and division chairman of The United Way of Worcester; and director and president of Worcester Country Club.
Her family's McKay Foundation has contributed grants to a variety of local agencies, including Campfire Girls and Boys, the Pearl Buck Center and FOOD for Lane County.
When her children were younger she was a dedicated volunteer in the Auburn School's Parent Teacher Association, Campfire Girls and Boy Scouts.
She has been a volunteer with the Girl Scouts, Campfire Girls and her church.
Another major fall event occurred when Cub Scouts and Campfire girls braved inclement weather to plant 50 trees in a famous and Historic Tree Grove at Farragut State Park near Coeur d'Alene.
She was a member of Our Lady of the Angels Church, a former member of the Worcester Police Wives Association and a volunteer for the campfire girls.
Schoolchildren and Campfire Girls held poetry contests to raise money to help the city purchase the land and establish a small park.
She was a leader for the Campfire Girls and was very active in the community.
Robbins was involved in the Mohegan Council of Boy Scouts of America and was active in the Campfire Girls Council.
In her earlier years she was a Campfire Girls leader.