Fire USA Orca Council
was formed in 1991 through the merger of four existing Camp Fire
Tacoma Area, and
Tyee Councils, each of which had its
own proud and unique history.
We would love to provide more
information here about each of these councils. If you have information
to share, or time to volunteer to help this happen, please contact Kim
at 253.597.6234 or
Make new friends, but keep the old, One is silver and the other's gold.
Were you in Camp Fire as a youth? If
so, this song probably brings back many memories of the adventures you
had and the friends you made in Camp Fire.
update your contact information so we can contact you and so you can
receive notice of upcoming events. We are also looking for individuals
to help start an Alumni Association to preserve the histories of all of
the former councils.
Another way to reconnect is to visit
Camp Fire website's
Alumni Registry. By logging into the The Wohelo Room, you can search for
long lost camp and club friends, post messages and images in the Camp
Fire Scrapbook and send a special electronic greeting to family and
We want you to stay in touch!
Ready for a little nostalgia?
Click below for recordings of many traditional Camp Fire songs or to
download the lyrics:
Link to all past Wohelo
Read about the 2010 Centennial
Farewell to Carolyn Graf
Camp Fire was honored
in the Senate Gallery of the Capital during the 2011
"NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED,
That the Washington State Senate salute the Camp Fire USA Councils
of Washington for celebrating 100 years; and...
to read the full text of Senate Resolution 8646.