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The High Standards of Firecrafter

The first three camp ranks all have the same first requirement: Demonstrate the high standards of Firecrafter in personal attitude and example, showing respect for your fellow campers and your environment.

This requirement is the most important of all the requirements, not something that is signed when all other requirements are complete. This requirement asks Firecrafters to seriously judge candidates on these points. Firecrafter candidates receive a more sever judging than Woodsman candidates, and likewise woodsman candidates receive a more serious judging than Camper candidates. In other words, candidates are judged in relationship to their age and Scouting experience. Yet the points for this judgement are the same for all camp ranks. The candidates will be told of problem areas in a constructive manner so that they may improve. They are attempting to do their best to meet these requirements.

  1. Personal Attitude

    • Obeys Scout Oath and Law.

    • Exhibits Friendship to others.

    • Shows Leadership to fellow Scouts.

    • Gives service to scouting.

  2. Personal Example

    • Tent neat and in order.

    • Helps keep troop and patrol site in order.

    • Uniform neat and worn when requested.

  3. Respect to fellow campers

    • Shows unselfishness.

    • Always willing to help.

  4. Respect for the environment

    • Does not harm plants and wildlife needlessly.

    • Picks up litter whenever it is seen.

Webmaster Note: This information provided courtesy of Matt Baldwin XXX.

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