Sunday, May 16, 2010

Girls having fun with Service

Cotton Days is a festival that is held each spring in Southern Utah to celebrate the first crop of cotton planted in this region.  The girls spent the day assisting several groups of second graders with various activities such as planting flowers, making soap, and handing out popsicles.  It was very “fulfilling and fun” for the dozen girls who were chosen to attend this benefit.  The group received a lot of positive feedback from the coordinators and staff who worked with them, and were invited back next year.  Great job Ladies!

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