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Y-Indian Guides

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: 670 __ |a Inappropriation, 2023: |b ECIP title page (Y-Indian Guides) galley (a program first developed by Harold Keltner, a YMCA Boys Work Secretary from St. Louis, Missouri, and Joe Friday, an Ojibwa Indian and member of the Temagami First Nation in Lake Temagami, Ontario. Y-Indian Guides; In 2003, the Y stopped producing and distributing materials for Indian Guides, and promoted programs like Adventure Guides, which retained the programmatic goals of strengthening the parent-child bond while being less likely to alienate Ys from their broader communities) 670 __ |a LC data base, viewed October 2, 2022 |b (old heading: Indian Guides) 670 __ |a Wikipedia, viewed October 27, 2022 |b (redirect to YMCA; YMCA’s parent/child programs, under the umbrella program called Y-Guides, (originally called YMCA Indian Guides, Princesses, Braves, and Maidens) have provided structured opportunities for fellowship, camping, and community-building activities (including craft-making and community service) for several generations of parents and kids in kindergarten through eighth grade)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

"Fathers and sons cooperate on project", 1970-08-25

 File — Box 1: Series SC003-01
Identifier: SC003_001_00098
Scope and Contents "Work and fun were combined last weekend at the Palomar Family YMCA when members of the Y Indian Guides enjoyed one of three campouts and worked on the Y's Indian Village at the rear of the Y. Fathers and sons who volunteered labor on seating for an amphitheater around a permanent campfire ring, are (from left) Irving Vaughan, Frank Brockel Jr., Gene Gray, Dee Nolan, Frank Brockel and Daryl Quandt." [Similar images in envelope as well as people by "Y Indian Guide" signage. Y Indian Guides...
Dates: Other: 1970-08-25