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Camp Fire Alaska hosted a special event in recognition of Child Abuse Awareness Month. The event was an opportunity for youth program members and staff to come together and raise awareness about the importance of a healthy home foundation.
Getting kids to put away their screen and trade it for scenery can be a challenge in today’s media-focused world. Yet at this vital stage in their life, engaging their mind and body with the real world is hugely… Read More >
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and to help raise awareness, many local organizations came together to host a Go Blue Day event at the Fairview Recreation Center in Anchorage, Alaska on March 31st. At the event,… Read More >
Saturday, May 20 | 9:00 am-3:30 pm Optional Overnight Friday, May 19 Rain or shine, Camp K is a beautiful place to spend a day! Join us as we open up Camp K on Kenai Lake and prepare for this… Read More >
Every year, millions of people write/tell a young person in their life why they matter and what makes them amazing. Camp Fire founded this holiday in 1997 to encourage and inspire young people nationwide. This year was a blast. It came,… Read More >
One of the most magical parts about being specifically Camp Fire Alaska is all of the unique moments in nature and life that come along with our location. Getting to capture and engage with Mother Earth’s most stunning moments, like when… Read More >