Frontiersmen Camping Fellowship (FCF)
Is a special program of Royal Rangers that provides boys and men with additional opportunities to develop specialized outdoor skills based on the Lore and Traditions of the early American Frontiersman.
A Brief History of Frontiersmen Camping Fellowship
Frontiersmen Camping Fellowship (FCF) was started during the summer of 1966. For some time, Royal Rangers founder Johnnie Barnes had felt the need for a special group within Royal Rangers to give recognition to older boys and men who had distinguished themselves in the program through sevice, advancement, training, and outdoor skills.
The early American frontiersmen were an excellent example of people's ability to adapt to the ourdoors and the wilderness. Their achievements were also an example of courage and detrminatin. The national Royal Rangers office decided to base this fellowship on the lore and traditins of these early frontiersmen.
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