Pathfinder Song, Pledge, Aims

Be prepared at the next Nation Campout or Awards Ceremony. The Pathfinders Pledge, Aim's and Song are the heart of the organization. 
 
Pledge
 
We, father and daughter, through participation in the Pathfinder Program, pledge to ourselves, to our families, and to our Nation, the sacred gift of time. We will spend this time learning, teaching, giving, and most importantly, always sharing our lives with each other
 
 
Aims
 
** To give more than you receive 
** To treat others as you would like to be treated 
** To cherish the precious time we spend together 
** To respect, preserve and enjoy the gifts of nature 
** To seek first to understand, then to be understood
 
Song
 
Tune: Clementine
 

Dads and daughters, dads and daughters, We are Pathfinders through and through. With the corn we threw in the fire, we made a pledge between us two.

In our tribes we do beadwork, working toward our Wo-wi-tan. We read stories, play games and make crafts Always having lots of fun.

Roller Skating, Bowling, Camping, Every month is something new. The Nation always gets together, so that I can be with you.

Fishing, hiking, trailblazing, Flaming arrow, skits and more. We love thses about our campouts, and especially the S'mores.

Dads and daughters, dads and daughters, We are Pathfinders through and through. With the corn we threw in the fire, we made a pledge between us two.

Words by Greg Glieb

 

Headband

Indian Pathfinders Headband


The central theme of the headband is the sign of the eye of the Great Spirit with the crossed arrows of friendship on the left side and the circled heart of love on the right side. The symbols for father and daughter are next to the grouped tepees, which indicate happy work in the community, and a single teepee, which denotes happy work in the home. The trees, water and grass exhort the wearer to see and preserve the Great Spirit's beauty in forest, field and stream. 

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