Camp Fire Century Holds Graduation; Registration Underway For Summer Camp (With Gallery)

May 31, 2016

The Camp Fire USA Century Youth Learning Center held a graduation program recently.

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Registration is underway for Camp Fire’s WILD and WISE Nature Day Camp. Parents can register this children today for a nature adventure offered offered at Camp Fire Century Youth Learning Center beginning June 1. Each week campers will explore the outdoors and different environmental themes like WILD Adventure, Gulf Coast Safari and WISE Journey.

The camper’s goal is to complete the Camp Fire Trail to Environment program and earn the emblem during the summer, which includes the Wise Old Willie program; children discover outdoor basics and learn about ecology and the 3 R’s: reduces, reuse and recycle. Campers explore Florida flora and fauna though Project WILD hands-on activities from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.  Additionally, campers complete a community service project to keep the earth healthy and give service to  others. Weekly camps are for ages 5-12 years old and runs through August 5.

“Camp Fire is the first camp both of my kids have enjoyed. They both ask to return year after year. The program has truly mentored my children and helped them grow into  mature, responsible young adults. The staff genuinely care about my children and their  wellbeing. I cannot thank each of them enough for all of their help, kindness, and flexibility throughout the years,” said parent Sunni Solveson.

Campers may register for one or more weeks of summer program. In Century, weekly rates start at $85 per camper with discounts for a second and third child. A registration fee of $20 is due upon registration of a child. Camp hours are 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Camp Fire Century Youth Learning Center.
For more info, contact Pam Townson, director of the Camp Fire Century Youth Learning Center at (850) 256-0953 or email For more details and registration forms, visit


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