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Dance Teams



Crossed Arrows

Crossed Arrows Dance District contains the four Missouri counties of DeKalb, Clinton, Daviess, and Caldwell within which are the larger towns of Cameron, Maysville, Stewartsville, Lathrop, Plattsburg, Winston, Gallatin, and Hamilton. There are many town events in the district through out the year in which the dance team participates. Parades, public dance exhibitions, and town celebrations are a few of the events. All district events can easily be accessed via US 36 Highway, Interstate 35, or other Missouri state highways that criss-cross the four county area..

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Five Rivers

The Five Rivers Dance District currently contains the four Missouri counties of Boone, Cole, Osage and Gasconade, including the larger towns of Columbia, Jefferson City and Owensville.

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Kanza

The Kanza DanceDistrict provides Tribesmen in northeastern Kansas, as well as the bordering areas of Missouri and Nebraska, the opportunity to be in service to Scouting by performing Tribal dances at public events such as community festivals, parades, retirement centers, Cub Scout Pack Blue and Gold Banquets, Webelos Bridging Ceremonies, Courts of Honor, and many other occassions.Dance practices are generally held the first and third Sundays of the month (September through May) at 3 PM at Sacred Heart Catholic Church at Kansas Street and  15th Street in Atchison, Kansas. All Kanza Tribesmen are encouraged to monitor the “Upcoming Events” page for the latest information.

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Lone Star

The Lone Star Dance Team is the Tribe of Mic-O-Say's southern most representation in the United States. Home to the area north of Dallas, TX, this Dance Team is inclusive of anyone in the Central Southern region of the country.

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Ma-Has-Kah

The Ma-Has-Kah Dance District includes the northeastern portion of the Pony Express Council, including Livingston, Grundy, Mercer and Harrison counties.  Dance practices are held at the 1st Christian Church in Trenton on the second Sunday of each month. For information contact Cory Cooksey, Sachem Round Canoe at 660-789-2526 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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Maha

The Maha Dance District, based in Omaha, Nebraska encompasses the states of Nebraska and Iowa, provides the opportunity for Tribesmen to promote the Spirit of Scouting and the Tribe of Mic-O-Say to Cub and Boy Scout units as well as the general public through the performance of Tribal dances.  Dance practices are held on the second and fourth Thursday of the month beginning in September running through May.  All Maha Tribesmen are encouraged to monitor the “upcoming events” page for the latest information on events.

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Otoe

The Otoe Dance District covers the northwest corner of Missouri, including Nodaway, Worth, Gentry, Atchison and Holt counties.  Dance practices are held at Maryville Airport Com Center on the second Sunday of each month. For information contact Rodney Coverdell, Sachem Summer Wind at 660-582-2994.

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Robidoux

The Robidoux Dance District includes St. Joseph , Savannah and the surrounding areas.  The Robidoux District is the largest in the Pony Express Council, containing Scouts from more than twenty individual troops. Dance practices are held at Camp Geiger , beginning on the first Wednesday in September and continuing on the first, third, and fifth (if available) Wednesday through May.  Practices begin at 7:00PM and close at 8:30PM .  Robidoux District dancers bring the spirit of Scouting and Mic O Say to Cub Scouts, small town festivals, the elderly and many more. All Robidoux Tribesmen are encouraged to monitor our “upcoming events” page for the latest information.


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White Shield

The White Shield Dance District is the largest in the Pony Express Council encompassing the entire 19-county Kansas City metro area. As such, every year we have a surplus of opportunities to promote the Scouting program at Cub Scout Pack meetings, community festivals, and Courts of Honor. We are also a very active dance team with an average attendance of 20 Tribesmen at each public performance and 40 Tribesmen at each dance practice. Our monthly dance practices follow the school calendar and are held from August until May of the following year. Dance practices are usually conducted on the second Thursday evening of each month beginning at 6:30 pm until 9:00 pm at the Kansas National Guard Armory at 100 South 20th Street in Kansas City, Kansas.

 


 

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