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Now Selling Camp Fire Mint Patties

Support the Camp Fire Kids of Puget Sound this Spring

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| February 1, 2021
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At Bartell’s, we love supporting our local Puget Sound community. And during these challenging times, we feel it’s more important than ever to work as a region to solve problem, and continue to support each other. The Camp Fire Kids of Puget Sound were in a conundrum this spring, as they are unable to sell their delicious Camp Fire Mint Patties in person due to COVID. Fortunately, we’re thrilled to announce that Bartell’s is now your destination for Camp Fire Mints! That’s right, now through March 31st, come into your neighborhood Bartell’s and purchase Camp Fire Mint Patties. Proceeds will of course go to support the local Camp Fire Kids of Puget Sound.

What are Camp Fire Mint Patties?

Camp Fire’s famous mint patties are creamy smooth mint patties covered in rich chocolate. Each box is $5 and there are 12 patties per box. Did you know? Camp Fire Mint Patties are made by Brown & Haley which is another local company here in the PNW, based in Tacoma, WA.

About Camp Fire

Camp Fire has been a innovative leader in youth development for 110 years. You might remember them as Camp Fire Girls or Camp Fire USA, but they now are an organization for both boys and girls, helping young people learn to succeed through inclusion and diversity, thrive{ology} and their trained, caring staff.

Inclusion & Diversity
Any kid or teen, from any walk of life is whole-heartedly welcome at Camp Fire.

Thrive{ology}
Through Camp Fire, kids are inspired to discover sparks, gain self-confidence and learn life-changing life skills to thrive now. Thrive{ology} is Camp Fire’s research-based program framework founded on the pillars of Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and it works.

Trained, Caring Staff
Supportive mentors and adult champions are key. They call their highly trained staff “Spark Champions,” because they are experts at what they do and know how to guide youth on their journey to thriving.

To learn more about Camp Fire Central Puget Sound, visit their website here: https://campfireseattle.org/