navajo traditions

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Navajo Leadership:
Chief – Mike Carroll
Medicine Man – Clayton Wylie, Robert Fragoso
Sachem Chiefs – Brian Hipszer, Ernie Kwan, Larry LukanishTribe Chief Email Contact
Navajo@OBNN.org

Navajo Meeting Time
2nd Friday of each Month
6:30pm at Duck Club
(15 Riparian View Irvine, CA 92612)

NAVAJO

This Tribe primarily consists of girls attending Vista Verde Elementary in Turtle Ridge community of Irvine, California. Most of the families reside in Turtle Ridge. Many of its members also reside or attend school in Newport Beach, including daughters from OLQA school.

Navajo Tribal Cheer

(yelled as we slap our legs to beat of Indian drum…1234-1234-1234-1234)

We are the mighty Navajo!
We’re known around this town!
The Kids are great,
The Dad’s first rate,
There never is a frown!
So if you see us coming,
You just remember this…
Forget the rest,
We took the test,
We are the best around!
Go Navajo!!!!
(followed by Indian call)

Navajo – Christmas Themed Cheer

Well the weather outside if frightful;
But the girls are so delightful…

Navajo, Navajo, Navajo!

Navajo’s Typical Meeting:

1) WAHOKA WELCOME
2) INDIAN PRINCESS PURPOSE
3) SIX AIMS
4) INDIAN NAMES
5) TRIBE MEETING FORMAT
a) Typically the 2nd Friday of each month (see Calendar)
b) Intro of Princesses and Braves
c) Announcements & Events
d) Activities
i) hike or fun game
ii) craft
iii) story
iv) snack
v) activities sign-up list

6) NAVAJO CHEER
7) PRINCESS GAMES / DADS’ DISCUSSION