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Little Flower Girls

Little Flowers Girls Club

A faith filled program for girls based on learning Catholic virtues through the lives of the saints by reading, activities, and prayer. We will  meet twice a month. If you are interested, contact Megan Trautman: (816) 273-9739 or

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Little Flower Girls Celebrate Saint Therese of Lisieux

Oct. 19, 2022


The Little Flowers group met and celebrated Saint Therese of Lisieux, whom the group is named after. The girls made flowers with ideas of little ways to serve God and quotes from Saint Therese herself on each petal. Then they decorated group shirts with pictures of Saint Therese on them. They also listened to stories about Saint Therese's life, enjoyed snacks, and fellowship time together.

Little Flower Girls Learned the Virtue of Humility

Oct. 5, 2022


The Little Flowers met on Wednesday October 5th and learned about the virtue of Humility by sharing the book The Golden Acorn by Katy Hudson. They also crafted flower photo holders and pencil cups, enjoyed snacks, and fellowship time outside.

Little Flower Girls Host a Baby Shower


The Little Flowers and the Tri-parish collected baby items for the Pregnancy resource Center in Superior. To get into the spirit, the Little Flowers celebrated with many baby shower games and activities. The Trautman girls helped deliver the gifts to the Resource Center.


Little Flower Girls Learned the Virtue of Industry

Sep. 7, 2022


The Little Flowers learned the virtue of industry from Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini and made their scrapbook pages and their own sacred heart picture. The Flowers also learned about Saint Catherine Laboure who was gifted the vision of the miraculous medal. They painted washers to attach to their own Miraculous Medal necklaces and pinned felt and button violet flowers into a pot.

Little Flower Girls Learned the Virtue of Piety

Aug. 17, 2022

The Little Flowers met on Wednesday August 17th where they learned about Piety through rainbow themed games/activities and through the example of Saint Cecelia.

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