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Blog + News2020-08-03T10:26:07-05:00
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Welcome to our Blog. You will find helpful information and events for Adults, Kids, Youth and more!

Newest Apprenticeship Program in Fort Worth Shines a Light on National Apprenticeship Week

November 6, 2020|Adults, Education, Leadership & News, Workforce Development|

Camp Fire First Texas launched the first Early Education Apprenticeship Program (EEAP) in Texas in 2020. The inaugural class began meeting virtually in September and this month they will join registered apprenticeships across the country celebrating National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) taking place November 8 - 14, 2020.

Reflections – A Blog

October 16, 2020|Adults, Alumni, Camps, THRIVE{OLOGY}|

Camp Fire programs use Thrive{ology} as a framework, which includes a segment called “Reflections” at the end of a program or task, as a review of what was learned, what went well or not so well, and the lessons learned. Today, I thought it appropriate to do a little reflecting myself, as I left the Camp Fire Resource Center for the last time as the President/CEO, the end of a 43-year experience working for Camp Fire First Texas.

Passing the Torch

September 22, 2020|Adults, Alumni, Leadership & News|

For all you fans of Camp Fire First Texas, I imagine we shared similar emotions when Ann Sheets announced her retirement. In my case, I first felt appreciation for her service and gratitude for her friendship. But, to be honest, I also had anxiety that we’d be able to fill her shoes. After all, Ann’s been a vital part of this organization for decades and it’s difficult to imagine Camp Fire First Texas without her!

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Camp Fire Closed for Labor Day Holiday

Camp Fire Offices and Programs are closed on Monday, Sept. 7 and will reopen on Tuesday, Sept. 8
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