Thank you to everyone who showed up to help clean up the Lake Bluff beach. It was a beautiful morning, and thanks to all of the hard work from our Guides and Princesses we left the beach in pristine condition! See below for pictures from the event.
Lake Bluff Beach Cleanup, September 2013
Indian Guides and Indian Princesses gathered on the beach at 9am to clean up the beach and have some fun!
It was wonderful to see 148 Lake Forest and Lake Bluff campers at Camp Anokijig!
Thank you to everyone in the Fox Nation for participating in so many activities and in celebrating togetherness. Also, a big thank you to Brian Bearshadow for sharing your wisdom, stories and guidance with our Nation! A final thank you to all the new Tribal Chiefs in leading the Nation for 2013/14.
To all of the graduates of the Blackhawks, Chippewa, Ojbwa, and Sauk Tribes – All the best in your journey and friendships going forward. We are looking forward to the years ahead with our new Nation Princesses.
2013 Fall Camp
2013 Fall Camp at Camp Anokijig
Braves, Guides and Princesses!
It is time!
- Friends, Cabins, Tents, Campfires
- Sachem Bearshadow
- Swimming, Canoeing, Beach, Rowing, Paddle Boat, Pontoon Ride, Private Island, Fishing, War Canoes
- Kick-the-Can, Find-the-Quack
- Archery, BB Guns, Crafts, Horses
- Rituals, burying socks, singing, IG & IP graduation ceremony, New Chiefs Initiation, Wagoosh Induction
Questions? Need a registration form? Call or email Dom Duelli – 847.533.6743 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Join your Fox Nation Families at Camp Anokijig!
The Fox Nation is a compilation of “tribes” across eastern Lake County, comprised of boys (guides) tribes and girls (princesses) tribes of kids in similar age ranges, grades K-6.
Tribes meet on a regular basis for crafts and activities, in addition to participating in monthly Nation events throughout the year. The Nation hosts three campouts per year at Camp Anokijig in Wisconsin.
The Fox Nation has played an important role in the lives of North Shore families since 1961. The program’s rich history dates back to 1926 and is based on the strong characteristics of American Indian culture: dignity, patience, endurance, spirituality, connectedness to the earth and concern for family and community. Our goal is to support and encourage a father’s vital role as teacher, counselor and friend to his child(ren).