Welcome to DFW Indian Princess – YoHeWah Nation

Thank you for your interest in the Indian Princess program of the DFW/North Tarrant County area.   The purpose of the program is to foster understanding and companionship between fathers and daughters.  Our slogan, “Friends Always”, means that fathers and daughters strive to develop a close, enduring relationship by sharing enjoyable experiences, learning about one another, and developing mutual respect.  Some of the various activities and charitable causes which we take part in are camping, sporting events, Father Daughter Dance, fishing day, roller skating and many more events.

Next Nation Event

Dec
2
Sun
Float Decoration @ Holy Trinity Catholic Church
Dec 2 @ 1:30 pm

Braves are asked to please come to Holy Trinity Catholic School, 3750 William D Tate Avenue, Grapevine, TX 76051 at 1:30 on Dec 2.  Please bring charged electric screwdriver/ drill, and decking screws if possible.  Work gloves are recommended.  Also princesses will be able to play on the school playground while we work. IMPORTANT: Braves who show up to help assemble the float will receive a ticket for their Princess(es) to ride on the Float should it become full.  

The Aims of the Indian Princess program are:

  • To be clean in body and pure in heart.
  • To be “Friends Always” with my father (daughter).
  • To love the sacred circle of my family.
  • To listen while others speak.
  • To love my neighbor as myself.
  • To seek and preserve the beauty of the Great Spirit’s work in forest, field, and stream.

The Yo-He-Wah Indian Princess Program seeks to strengthen the foundations for a positive lifelong relationship between Father and Daughter.  Join/Register Now

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Looking forward to a great campout at Lake Whitney State Park this weekend. The weather should be perfect, and we have a ton of fun scheduled. Don’t forget to bring pumpkins for our carving contest, there are games hosted by tribes K-Z, we have our induction ceremony and bonfire (rumor has it there are fabulous prizes for best costumes), and Saturday night is the Infamous Crow Haunted House for those brave enough!
The not-quite-as-scary-but-still-gives-me-the-willies Cheyenne Haunted Trail is also available for the little ones.

Sunday Chapel we have a special gift for the Princesses. Be sure and tell your friends about the program, or better yet bring them as a guest!
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Skate Town is coming up November 8th, which is our annual PB&J food drive benefiting both the Tarrant Area Food Bank and Communities in Schools.  TAFB empowers communities to eliminate hunger by providing food, education, and resources through innovation and collaboration.  CIS works with schools to build relationships that empower students to stay in school and succeed in life.  When youre at the grocery store, dont forget to pick up a few extra jars of PB&J to support local families in need.  If youre not a member of the program, you can also drop off donations between 6:30pm and 7:30pm at Skate Town Grapevine on November 8th.