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The Tatanka Nation is participating in the 2015 McKinney Independence Day parade. Check-in for float participants is 7:30am with everyone needing to be there by 8:30am.

Registration is open for the 2015/2016 year.

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Fall 2015 Campout Info
Winter 2015 Campout Info
Spring 2016 Campout Info
Summer 2016 Campout Info
Calendar Of Events
White Buffalo Program for 5th-6th graders
Rocket Launch and Turkey Shoot
Bonfire Tips and Procedures
Waiver
Bear Creek Federation
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Tatanka Nation
Welcome to The Mighty Tatanka Nation, Indian Princesses and Guides

The Mighty Tatanka Nation is a father-child program based on the heritage and symbolism of the Native American Indians. We faithfully continue the legacy of the original Indian Guide and Indian Princess programs started over 75 years ago by Joe Friday and Harold Keltner. The goal of the program is to build and strengthen the loving bonds between fathers and their young children (K to 4th grade) by providing structured, fun activities for them to enjoy together during the school year.

We also hope to build life-long friendships between the fathers in the Nation by encouraging many group activities which allow the fathers to share interesting events and activities with each other and with their tribe members, all while enlightening and educating Nation members about Native American culture, traditions and history.

The Mighty Tatanka Nation3001 S. Hardin Blvd., Suite 110 #308 McKinney, TX 75070