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Kitikiti'sh Little Sisters

 

 

The Kitikiti'sh Little Sisters, now more commonly known as the Wichita Little Sisters, began as a dream of Eva Cozad, Cleta Ataddlety and Ardina McAdams.  It became a reality on March 15, 1993 when the Kitikiti'sh Little Sisters was officially organized.  The group started out with six young ladies and has had more than 200 young ladies participate in the organization since it began. 

 

This organization was formed to give young girls a sense of pride in their tribe(s) and themselves. The best way to accomplish this deed is to teach the girls how to dance and conduct themselves in a positive manner in and out of the dance arena.  The girls are also taught cultural activities, beadwork, sign language, and traditions of the Tribe. Many of the girls have become tribal princesses of various organizations.  The girls have been invited to and participate in numerous activities throughout the year.

 

Cassandra McAdams carries on the organization in honor of her mother, Ardina McAdams.  The girls and their families work hard throughout the year to represent the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes.

 

Due to the ongoing global pandemic we have paused all organizational meeting and cultural events. The focus of our organization is to preserve Wichita culture and other tribal culture, at the moment the best way we can do that is insuring we keep all of our people safe and healthy. We hope to reunite soon and resume our regular classes and events. Please keep all of our indigenous people in prayer as we continue to battle Covid-19.

 

If you have any questions about the Wichita Little Sister please contact Cassandra McAdams (405)247-8695. You can find us on Facebook @thewichitalittlesistersandwichitayoungmansociety

 

 

Wichita Young Man Society- this organization was formed by Cassandra McAdams (leader of the Wichita Little Sisters) to teach young Wichita Men their culture. Under the instruction of Jimmy Reeder and Gary McAdams the young men are taught the modern day men roles in the Wichita Culture. They are taught how to drum, sing, dance, take part in Wichita cultural activities and ceremonies. It is our hope that our organization will promote Indian heritage and Wichita tribal culture among the young men of the tribe.

 

Due to the ongoing global pandemic we have paused all organizational meeting and cultural events. The focus of our organization is to preserve Wichita culture and other tribal culture, at the moment the best way we can do that is insuring we keep all of our people safe and healthy. We hope to reunite soon and resume our regular classes and events. Please keep all of our indigenous people in prayer as we continue to battle Covid-19.

 

If you have any questions about the Wichita young Man Society please contact Cassandra McAdams (405)247-8695 or Gary McAdams (405)247-2425 ext#169.

 

You can find us on Facebook @thewichitalittlesistersandwichitayoungmansociety