A Boy and a Stick


Dan McGuire, creator of The Blue Knights Boys’ Club The Boy and His Stick in Nature A famous axiom of St. Thomas Aquinas is: Grace does not destroy nature; rather it builds on and perfects…

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Patron Saints for Virtue Education


What is a patron saint? A patron saints is simply a saint that has a special meaning to a person, a place or an activity. I personally have several patron saints. St. Joan of Arc…

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Craft Ideas and News – April Leader’s Meeting


We covered a few things during this month’s meeting including our fundraising effort to get to the Eucharistic Congress in July. We talked about planning end of year ceremonies and/or parties. And we invited you…

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Little Flowers/Blue Knights Leader Chat!


Join us for our fourth Friday Little Flowers/Blue Knights Leader Chats with Rachel Watkins, creator of Little Flowers.

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Help Us Get to the Eucharistic Congress!


We are so excited about the upcoming Eucharistic Congress is coming July 17-21!If you go to the website you can even check out the countdown – www.eucharisticcongress.orgLittle Flowers Girls’ Clubs® are just over 30 years…

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Happy Easter! Adding an Easter element to your meetings.


Celebrate the Easter Season with children with song!

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Insurance, Donations and More


A recent discussion on our Little Flowers Girls’ Club Facebook page was about groups needing insurance to operate. Unlike other organizations like Girl Scouts or American Heritage Girls, Little Flowers is not a national organization that…

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Year of Mercy Badge Contest Winners Announced!


Congratulations to Olivia Victoria Wildanger, Sofia F. Monaco and Isabelle Taylor who came in First, Second and Third in our Year of Mercy Badge Contest! Each winner gets a $25 gift certificate from Behold Publications….

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5 Reasons to Register Your Catholic Club


So, one of the benefits of Catholic Clubs like Little Flowers Girls’ Clubs and Blue Knights Boys’ Clubs is that you don’t have to fill out endless paperwork to charter your club, register each individual…

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The Year of Mercy Logo


If you are like I am, you probably were not overly impressed with the abstract-looking Year of Mercy logo. I thought this kind of cubist-minimalist-inspired art was left in the 1970’s and 80’s, so what…

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