The KeeWahSheena Indian Guides is a group of Riverside area fathers and sons that meet for a few hours each month in a fun atmosphere that promotes spiritual growth, leadership, communication skills, bonding, learning and togetherness.
Who Are We?
Fathers and Sons from Riverside School District 96 and Saint Mary's School, Riverside, Illinois. Boys (and their Dads) from K-5th grade at Ames, Blythe Park, Central, Hollywood and Saint Mary's and who live in Riverside, Brookfield, Berwyn and other surrounding communities and anyone who lives in Riverside and attends other nearby schools are welcome to participate.
What Are We?
The KeeWahSheena Tribe is the Riverside Chapter of the Prairie Trail Federation Indian Guides Program, sponsored and sanctioned by the Rich Port/Greater LaGrange YMCA of LaGrange, Illinois.
When and Where Do We Meet?
We typically meet one Thursday a month from 6:30 – 8:00 during the school year at the Riverside Scout Cabin plus many local planned events including: laser tag, bowling, swimming, arcade, batting cages and others activities (tribal activities very from year-to-year). There are three campouts a year at YMCA camps in Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan and/or Indiana plus many other federation-wide events sponsored by the Prairie Trail Federation.
If you are interested in finding out more about Indian Guides and how to join, contact Dan - Chief White Cloud, via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Web Master, Bruce at email@example.com.
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