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Camp Fire's highest award was created in 1962 as the Wohelo Medallion, renamed the Wohelo Award in 1996. Youth membership is something around 750,000.'Earth Scout' Organizations—There are several loosely organized groups that promote an earth-friendly lifestyle and use the term 'Earth Scouts': Earth Champs—Formerly called Earth Scouts, and a subsidiary of Earth Charter US, Earth Champs are "groups of parents and kids, teachers and kids, the community and kids all working to encourage boys and girls ages 3 and up to become responsible global citizens who know how to make a difference in their local communities and in the world." Using the Earth Charter as a guide, Earth Champs groups "learn about and act to sustain the environment, achieve economic and social justice, create peace and nonviolence and model participatory democracy".Kids for Earth—This subsidiary of 'United for Earth' "is an organization dedicated to learn and adopt sustainable lifestyle in modern society." They list their mission as: "To raise awareness and instill proactive approach to understanding the natural resource challenges of modern society." The 'Kids for Earth' scouting program is called 'KE Scouts', for children ages 6 through 18.
I have not been able to find an annual report or indication of their membership numbers.And Scouting founder Baden-Powell thought highly of the Boys Brigade, and counted Boys Brigade founder William Smith as a good friend.Boys Brigade/Girls Brigade—The UK-based Boys Brigade is a forerunner to Scouting, and was founded in Scotland in 1883 by Sir William Smith.Originally for girls only, the program has been coed since 1975, when they changed their name to Camp Fire.In 1984, the organization became Camp Fire, Inc.; in 1993, Camp Fire Boys and Girls; in 2001, Camp Fire USA, and in 2012 back to Camp Fire.Its official founders were Charlotte Vetter Gulick and Luther Halsey Gulick, MD.
By 1910, Charlotte Gulick had developed a summer camp in Maine she named Camp Wo He Lo (Wohelo is still Camp Fire's 'watchword', representing ve).
At the same time in Thetford, Vermont, poet and historian William Chauncy Langdon coined the name 'Camp Fire Girls' for the girls who were participating in a historical pageant he was leading (the local Boy Scouts were also involved in the pageant).
Langdon also created three ranks of achievement for the girls: Wood Gatherers, Fire Makers, and Torch Bearers.
Through KE Scouts, "kids participate in activities, trips, and awareness/learning sessions that foster earth-friendly ways to leading a sustainable life." Planet Earth Scouts—This is an "all age global network guided by values/principles systems/structures geared towards our transition to a healthy sustainable future!
" They state that: "Earning badges is the number one fun activity for Planet Earth Scouts.
Here are some guidelines that I use to help determine if an organization is "Scout-like" (and please email me if you can improve on these guidelines, or if you can offer additional information about any of the organizations listed below): Many of these organizations are US-based, although some have branches around the world.