a camp for girls

The Camp Fire Girls were formally established on March 17, 1912. Inspired by the Boy Scouts, it was one of the first such programs created for girls in the US. The Camp Fire Girls owe a large part of their founding to Luther and Charlotte Gulick. In 1907, they opened a camp for girls, Camp WoHeLo, on Lake Sebago in Maine. “Wohelo” was a word Charlotte invented from the first two letters of the words “work,” “health,” and “love.” They operated the camp for a few years and soon started getting requests to create an organization for girls around the country… read more >

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