To be clean in body and pure in heart.
For parents to always be friends with their children and for children to always be friends with their parents.
To love the sacred circle of my family
To be attentive while others speak.
To love my neighbor as myself.
To seek and preserve the beauty of the Great Spirit’s work in the forest, fields and streams.
|Aug 26, 2017
10am - 2pm
|Kickoff Picnic||Myers Park Pole Barn||Photos|
|Sept 10, 2017||Bear Creek Federation Fun Day||Sandy Lake|
|Sept 15-17, 2017||Fall Campout||El Tesoro||Photos|
|Oct 21, 2017
2pm - 4pm
|Rocket Launch &
|Myers Lake Polo Field
|Nov 10-12, 2017||Winter Campout||Sky Ranch||Photos|
|Dec 9, 2017||Christmas Parade||Downtown McKinney|
|Jan 20, 2018||Pinewood Derby||First Baptist McKinney|
|Feb 10, 2018||Daddy Daughter Dance||Eldorado Country Club|
|March 23-25, 2018||Spring Campout||Camp Carter|
|Apr 7, 2018||Hockey Night||Allen Event Center|
|May 18-20, 2018||Summer Campout||Grady Spruce
The Tatanka Nation White Buffalo program is an opportunity for your 5th grader who has graduated from the regular
program to continue to attend campouts in a mentoring role for incoming members of the tribe. The program cost is $25/yr.
Events that are exempt for White Buffalo include:
NOTE: If a 5th grader has never been part of the program before, he/she can register as a regular member. When registering online, please check the "white buffalo" option.
The Bear Creek Federation Eagle Feather program is for fathers and daughters that have outgrown the Indian Princesses programs (typically daughters ranging from ages 12 to 16+). Graduated Indian Princesses from the Tatanka Nation (McKinney, Texas), Caddo Nation (Allen, Texas), and Yo-He-Wah Nation (NE Tarrant County, Texas) are invited to participate. Those not previously participating in Indian Princesses are also welcome and encouraged to join.
The program is modeled after the Indian Princess Program, with activities aligned with the interests and abilities of older girls (and Fathers). Typically one activity is scheduled per month. Prior activities have included 3 to 4 campouts per year (sometimes in cabins), a canoe trip, Rock Climbing, Horseback Riding, a Trinity Railway Express train trip into Dallas West End for dinner and the Dallas Aquarium, outings to a melodrama dinner theater for popcorn tossing, and Laser Tag. Some of the camping trips have been in combination with rock climbing in the Wichita Mountains and visits to State of Texas fisheries, viewing the Christmas light exhibit in Tyler Texas, and the World Championship Weiner Dog Races in Sulfur, OK.
Need more information or would like to join? Visit the Eagle Feather web page for more information.