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Apache Tribe of Palatine Illinois

Hunting Ridge Elementary

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The Mighty Apache Tribe is made up of fathers (Braves) and daughters (Princesses) located in southwest Palatine and northwest Rolling Meadows.  The Princesses primarily attend Hunting Ridge and Pleasant Hill Elementary Schools in Palatine District 15 and are in grades K­–6. 


The Apache meet monthly during the school year and participate in a variety of Croix Nation events, such as campouts (fall, winter, and spring), square dances, museum sleepovers, snow tubing, pinewood derbies, ninja warrior obstacles courses, bowling, pizza bingo, and laser tag, among other things.   Campout activities include horseback riding, hiking, archery, riflery, rock climbing, canoeing, candle making, sledding, ice skating, swimming, fishing, and the like.


The goal of the Apache is to build strong relationships between fathers and daughters by spending time together making memories that will last two lifetimes. 


Please contact us if you are interested in joining and/or would like more information regarding the Mighty Apache.

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