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About Us

The Mic-O-Say Dancers were formed in 1979.  The purpose of the Mic-O-Say Dancers is to promote--through interpretation of Native American dance and culture--the aims and ideals of the Boy Scouts of America and the summer camping program conducted by the Heart of America Council at the H. Roe Bartle Scout Reservation.

The Mic-O-Say Dancers are sanctioned to perform at all Tribal Ceremonies at the H. Roe Bartle Scout Reservation and at any Scout or Civic function during the year.
The Mic-O-Say Dancers perform interpretations of Native American dances for Scout and Civic groups all across the Kansas City area.

Membership in the Mic-O-Say Dancers is open to any Tribesman of Mic-O-Say who is a registered member of the Boy Scouts of America and has the desire to learn and perform our interpretations of Native American dances. All members of the group are encouraged to remain active with their own Scout Troop or Post in addition to their activities with the dance group.

Our group performs interpretations of story dances from various Native American tribes from the Great Plains to the Southwest.  Much care is taken to ensure that the outfits, as well as the story dances that we perform, are as true to Native American culture as possible. All of the outfits that are worn during our performances are hand-made by the members of the group.

Upcoming Meetings and Performances

Contact Us

The Mic-O-Say Dancers
PO Box 18143
Raytown, MO 64133