For more information, contact:
Acting FCRV National Youth Directors – Karen Snodgrass
The children we camp with today are the campers and RV owners of tomorrow. FCRV youth programs try to involve the children in various aspects of the organization by:
Camping Is Poster and Coloring Contest
Camping Is rules update – Please download new rules – see below
Complete contest rules and the official coloring contest form may be downloaded below. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to view and print these documents.
The Smart Kids are Informed Persons, or SKIP program, is a Disaster Awareness program designed exclusively for the children of FCRV/NCHA. There are many sections to the program including, First Aid, Wilderness Survival, Camp Cook and Water Safety.
All requirements for each section must be completed to earn recognition for that area. You may use information from the Red Cross, FEMA, other applicable government agencies, local instructors, and information gathered from the internet to create your program.
Upon completion of a program, please contact the National Youth director, either via email or using the form found in the booklet, in order to receive a specially designed button award for each child. The booklet may be downloaded below.
Youth of the Year
The Youth of the Year award is a national contest based upon a child’s participation in both FCRV and non-FCRV related activities during the previous year (May 1 – April 30). The award is judged on the all-around participation of the entrant. The nominated child’s parent(s) and/or legal guardian(s) must be FCRV members.For more information please download the Youth of the Year Award entry form below.