P.G. YMCA Indian Guides and Princesses
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|Promoting Parent-Child Togetherness|
|WHO||The Bowie Indian Guides and Princesses, sponsored by the Prince Georges County YMCA, is looking for families with children (Kindergarten to 3rd grade) to join the Y-Indian program for the upcoming 2002-2003 season.|
YMCA Indian Guides and Princesses
promotes self-esteem, confidence, leadership,
but also a stronger parent-child relationship
"They'll Never Forget The Time you Spend Together"
"Being Together, Becoming Best Friends"
The program is
built around an
|WHAT||YMCA Indian programs are about parent and child having fun together, learning more about each other and sharing new experiences. Parents and children form tribes which meet bi-weekly, with each tribe setting their own meeting day and time. Activities - like crafts, games, songs, stories, outings, camping and Indian lore - encourage mutual understanding, love and respect for each other. American Indian lore provides a common interest for both parent and child as well as an exciting theme for activities, projects and special events.|
|WHEN||Anytime throughout the year|