The 8-11 year old girls in our church can attend something called "activity days". They have a couple of female leaders who meet with them every other week and they do some sort of activity for about an hour; many of the activities are to fulfill requirements in their "faith in god' booklet which has them work on their talents, serving others, things like that. Every year the activity days leaders put on a mother-daughter activity; I helped a little bit, but it was mostly them and Joy, the first counselor in our Primary Pres. We did a Hawaiian themed activity and served Hawaiian haystacks and cupcakes with shredded coconut on the tops. We did the limbo, had Rachael come in and teach the girls the hula and we had all the girls fill out a 'how well do you know your mom' survey.
This is Sheryl, one of our activity day leaders and my next door neighbor (who I love!)
The limbo! Elisabeth took first place! She is one flexible lady!