Frontiersmen Camping Fellowship
Frontiersman Camping Fellowship (FCF) is a special program of Royal Rangers dedicated to the advancement of the mission and purpose of the Royal Rangers ministry through the development of advanced camping and leadership skills. FCF encourages members to pursue personal growth through the development of woodsmanship, leadership, friendship, achievement, and courage, utilizing the imagery and lore of the early American frontiersman.
Hope to see you all soon. Until then …
seek Him first, face the wind, and keep your powder dry!
I share with you the warmth and glow of this campfire. These crimson flames
are a symbol of our fellowship and adventures in campingI 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 sprit of FCF in my personal life and observe at all times the principles of Royal Rangers.
“To Give and to Serve” ( In Latin: Ad Dare Servire)
Events are for all members: with or without period outfits or shelters! Come on out to events, even if you don’t have frontier style equipment. At all FCF events, we have nice places for modern shelters. You can come out and have fun and learn the things you need to know to make or buy your own outfit and shelter. You can try everything from shooting black powder to throwing knives and hawks to eating strange food. So come on out! Don’t forget your Background Check, Medical Release and Permission form for all events! At Old Hickoy FCF events we give out an “EVENT BEAD” that is unique for each event. The beads are glass, made the same way they were made back in the old days and are similar or identical to the ones worn by the frontiersmen. If you have a particular event bead, it indicates that you attended that event. In North Carolina, we are allowed to wear the FCF event beads on our class B uniform, for ( BEAD WEARING RULES GO HERE)
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