Examples of Campfire in a sentence
Campfire means a fire set for cooking, warming, or ceremonial purposes; not more than 3 feet in diameter or height; void of overhanging branches; with all combustible material cleared at least 1-1/2 times the diameter of the fire; or a barbecue in a noncombustible container.
Workshops for youth services, child abuse and neglect prevention, tu- torial services, in partnership with community-based organizations such as local Boys and Girls Clubs, YMCA/ YWCA, Boy/Girl Scouts, Campfire and Big Brother/Big Sisters, etc.
A Campfire is defined as a fire, not within any building, mobile home, or living accommodation mounted on a motor vehicle, which is used for cooking, personal warmth, lighting, ceremonial, or aesthetic purpose.
For-Profit Business activitiesPursuant to the Civic Center Act, the use of school buildings, grounds and equipment shall be granted, when an alternative location is not available, to non-profit organization and clubs or associations organized to promote youth and school activities, including but not limited to: Girl/Boy Scouts, Campfire Girls, Parent-Teacher Associations and School Community Advisory Councils.
Examples are: Boys Scouts, Campfire Girls, PTA and service clubs.