George Washington Chapter FCF
Frontiersmen Camping Fellowship (FCF) is a special program of Royal Rangers that provides men and boys with additional opportunities to develop specialized outdoor skills based on the lore and traditions of the early American frontiersmen. FCF members participate in special events like Traces and Rendezvous where frontier skills are demonstrated and practiced. Competitions are included that promote the development of these skills and reflect the excitement, color, and flair of frontier America.
Purpose of FCF
The threefold purpose of FCF is to:
- Inspire brotherhood amoung our members
- Promote personal development through advancment and training
- Provide valuable service to Royal Rangers and beyond
Additional details on the purpose of FCF can be found in the FCF Handbook(item #020540).
"I share with you the warmth and glow of this campfire. These crimson flames are a symbol of our fellowship and adventures in camping. I promise to share with you the warmth of Christian friendship and with others the light of my Christian testimony. I promise to keep alive the spirit of FCF in my personal life and to observe at all times the principles of Royal Rangers."
"To Give and to Serve" (In Latin:Ad Dare Servire)
The blazing campfire is the official symbol of FCF, demonstrated through the warmth of Christian love, the light of personal witness, and the usefulness of dedicated service. The FCF symbol includes five logs which represent the five elements that are essential to keeping alive the spirit of FCF. Every FCF member is encouraged to:
- Demonstrate Courage
- Pursue Achievement
- Develop Friendships
- Practice Servant Leadership
- Display Woodsmanship