June 22-24, 2018
Plymouth Memorial Hall
Hotel 1620 (the old Radisson Hotel)
Attendees: After making lodging reservations at one of the Supreme-sanctioned hotels, please email a list of girls names and chaperones to Wilma Stone, our Supreme Travel Coordinator.
All registration forms & deadlines can be found at the link below.
Deadline for Registration is June 1st.
The pictures above are of a special Supreme Coin which are available for a limited time. The purpose for this donation is to enable Supreme Assembly to install a brand new HVAC system at the Supreme Temple in OK. To order your coin(s), please reach out to Mom Carol Milne or place your request below. Payment must be made directly to Mom Milne.
We have just made it easier to submit your Community Service Reports to Grand Assembly!
Deadline is June 8th.
Are you missing your GCC Medallion or Majority Card?
You can order a replacement!
Just complete the form below and remit payment as indicated on the form.
List your 2017-2018 office & pick your own color theme.
Get Your Rainbow Yard Signs!
Display proudly at your Masonic Building, Fundraisers & Events
Includes wire stakes
Add your special mark to the Supreme Assembly Room in 2018 by purchasing a star!
Various price ranges with personal messages for each.
Apply to be a Camp Counselor or Junior Counselor for the 2018 camp season at RCMA!
See the flyer information below.
Were you ever a Grand Representative? The RACOM is compiling a list of reasons why a girl should apply to be a Grand Representative. Share your reason by clicking and sharing below.
In addition to supporting her home assembly and filling in at other assemblies as often as she can, Megan has served the Grand Assembly of Massachusetts as a Grand Representative twice, as well as held the offices of Grand Patriotism, Grand Confidential Observer, Grand Chaplain and is currently our Grand Charity!
Megan has been an active participant at Rainbow Camp for over eight years! She first attended as a Camper at ALL sessions, then joined the staff as a Junior Counselor and Counselor of Archery & Drama. She is currently the RCMA Ambassador and is gearing up for another season as a Counselor at RCMA this summer!
Megan started her college career at Westfield State University and she is currently studying Fine Arts as a Junior at UMass Dartmouth.
She is excited to have the honor of serving the Grand Assembly of Massachusetts as our 93rd Grand Worthy Advisor and in her words: “You get out of Rainbow what you put into it, and I want to put my everything into Rainbow in return for what it has given me.”
Stay tuned for Megan’s great reveal of her term plans at Grand Assembly in June!
The 2nd Annual Mr. Rainbow fundraiser for the Scholarship Fund was held on Saturday, March 12th. Eight contestants participated in the competition, helping to raise money to help our members further their Education!! And the winner is...
Dad Stephen Burke from Wakefield Assembly #43!!
Hello Massachusetts Rainbow!
With some sadness Saugus Assembly has made the decision to "go dark". We will hold our last meeting on December 28th and hope that you can join us.
Of course because this is Rainbow it’s never all bad news! The members of Saugus are very excited to become part of Wakefield Assembly, and Wakefield is happy to have new sisters!
Wakefield will hold the first meeting with their new members on January 4, 2018 and an installation on January 18, 2018.
Saugus plans to actively recruit members to begin a "Pledge" group and hopefully with success will be able to activate the assembly in less than 5 years when the charter must be surrendered.
For now, what is best, is that the few active members of Saugus are able to gain a full value of membership within Wakefield Assembly to continue their pot of gold journey.
As always keep an eye on our notices and wish the girls well on their new journey to the pot of gold!
Join us for a Majority Service for 4 of our wonderful members as well as a Dedication in Memory of Judith Judson, who passed away in September, 2017.
A collation will follow the meeting.
Congratulations to our Ball Queen and Court for the 2017 Rainbow Ball! Did you know this is one of our highly attended events in MA Rainbow? Every year our Scholarship Committee hosts a Rainbow Ball the day after Thanksgiving and the funds are used to grant our MA Rainbow Girls scholarships for school! Everyone has a wonderful time and the crowning of the ball queen and court is one of the many highlights. We also spend time with our DeMolay members who also love to stop by and attend this event!
On Saturday, Nov 18th our Grand Officers initiated 5 new members of Cape Cod Assembly #66! It was a wonderful way to come together and celebrate our new Assembly growth! We hope each of you has a wonderful memory of this day and you enjoy your Rainbow journey ahead.
October - 2017
Did you know MA Rainbow loves to have fun throughout the year?! This year we enjoyed the day at Topsfield Fair. We had a wonderful turnout and one of our Assemblies also hosted an informational booth! We hope you'll come visit our booth next year and learn more about our wonderful Masonic Youth Group!
Billerica Assembly is hosting a Toy, Shoebox and Canned Good Drive at the Masonic Hall from 10-2 pm on Saturday, 10/28. Any donation is appreciated. Operation Christmas Child's suggested packing list is coloring books, crayons, socks, hair brushes, hair ties, small stuffed toys, etc. Unfortunately, the boxes may not include toothpaste, candy or food of any kind, war items, liquids, anything used, drink mixes, lotions, medications, aerosol cans, or anything easily breakable. For more information, feel free to direct people to visit their website: www.samaritanspurse.org/operation-christmas-child.
Thomas Talbot Lodge is located at 11 Concord Road, Billerica MA.
Saugus Assembly No. 33 was so pleased to welcome their newest member at last night's meeting: Past Grand Deputy, Mom Diane Ricci! The girls granted Mom Ricci with Honorary Membership to Saugus Assembly in thanks for all of her love, hard work, and guidance over the years. We are going to miss her so much!
If you see Mom Ricci around, be sure to congratulate her!
Victoria A. L., Bronze
Medalist at the USA Taekwondo National Championships 2017
with her Head Instructor/Coach Mr. Taeyoung Kim
Victoria A. L. is a member of Natick Assembly #28 and has been a student of Taekwondo at BayState Taekwondo Academy (25 School Street, Framingham, MA) for six years. She is currently a High Red Belt and is testing for her Bo Dan degree on September 9, 2017. Since she was a Yellow Belt, she has competed in local Taekwondo competitions. For the past two years, she has competed at the state and national levels. Victoria was a Bronze Medalist at the USA Taekwondo National Championships 2016 for Poomsae (Forms). She again qualified this year to go to the Nationals and this time she earned a Bronze Medal for Sparring.
Being part of the BayState Taekwondo Competition Team is something that Victoria takes great pride in. She is a determined and enthusiastic student of the sport. To excel in this sport she has had to train 4-7 hours every week at the academy with additional practice hours at home. The benefits of practicing Taekwondo are many fold. She has developed a high level of self discipline, self confidence, and physical strength. These are all benefits she can carry into her adult life and professional career. Victoria will be a Junior Black Belt at the age of 12. It is a responsibility she does not take lightly. Victoria currently gives back by assistant teaching at the academy. She has aspirations of earning a Gold Medal at the Nationals and trying out for the USA Olympic Team in the future. With determination and focus, she will go after her dream.
Where do MA Rainbow Girls go?
Virginia - Emily G., Grand Immortality, and Sarah G., Grand Representative to Virginia and Miss Service, traveled down to Virginia Grand Assembly to enjoy the fun with newly installed GWA Olivia W.
Each One Reach One Button Survey
We are looking to evaluate our current Membership Incentive program: The Each One Reach One buttons.
Please fill out the survey and share it!
All active members, recent majority and advisors are welcome to participate!
YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA TESTIMONIALS ARE HERE!
We have rolled out the Social Media Project started by the Junior Advisory Committee. If you have not yet filled out a form, there is still time to have a banner created for you!
Just click the online form (https://formsmarts.com/form/1tqu?mode=h5)
You are also welcome to submit a photo to use with your testimonial. Please make sure it is rainbow appropriate and either a head shot or from the waist up. You do not have to submit a picture in your gown, you can submit a casual picture, school photo or something more formal. It's entirely up to you and what you want to use.
If you have any questions, please reach out to
Let's show everyone what makes Rainbow special to each of you!
Having Trouble Spreading the Word of Rainbow?
Advertising makes it easy, and what's easier and more attention-grabbing than a Yard Sign? They are colorful and can be displayed during events, meetings, activities, etc. Buy two - place one permanently on the lawn of the Masonic Hall and keep the other in the car for any event or community service that you perform!
Check out the Yard Sign sample HERE and contact Mom Debbie Kenny if your assembly can use one! (We all can!)