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April 24th from 4-6pm
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3 Door Prize Drawings:
$50 to use at the RCMA Table
$50 to use at the Scholarship Table
$50 to use at the Jewelry Table
Each member attending receives an entry into the Door Prize drawing, and will receive 2 additional entries for each prospect they bring.
All applications must be received by May 10, 2021
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Who can apply to be a Grand Officer?
Those wishing to apply to be a Grand Officer must be a Past Worthy Advisor or Worthy Advisor serving from January-May/June 2021, provided they do not reach their 21st birthday on or before Installation on JUNE 29, 2021. If during the Grand Year, you will be turning 20 years of age and wish to extend your membership until the age of 21, you must include a letter with your application detailing why you wish to extend your membership and how you will continue to be an active member. If you are a PWA submitting an application, please include a copy of your report, “What Rainbow Means to Me.” Girls who are Worthy Advisors should send a list of their plans for their term and a summary of what Rainbow means to them.
Who can apply to be a Grand Representative?
Those wishing to apply to be a Grand Representative will have been an active member of Rainbow for two (2) years as of June 29, 2021 or have been an active member for one (1) year and will be 15 years of age or older at the June Grand Assembly or immediate September following, but not be majority age prior to installation.
MESSAGE FROM THE SUPREME WORTHY ADVISOR:
Congratulations to all of you who had a Rainbow girl submit a design for our Supreme Centennial Celebration in 2022. Supreme Assembly contacted each of you to send out information to your Members asking for original motifs to be submitted that would focus on the future promise of Rainbow. One design would then be chosen as our logo to represent our Organization on our official centennial pin, t-shirts and other items throughout the year.
I was impressed and inspired by all of the designs that we received. There were over two dozen entries and choosing a design was very difficult. I am very proud of each and every one of the girls and appreciate their participation and hard work.
The design that was chosen was submitted by Kaitlyn G from Billerica Assembly #61 in Massachusetts. It depicts girls of all ages and focuses on the future of Rainbow, specifically leadership, friendship, and diversity. Please join me in congratulating Kaitlyn for her creativity and talent that is reflected in her emblem design.
Thank you to all who participated in making this contest a success.
Mrs. Judy Fortenberry, Supreme Worthy Advisor
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Entering as Freshman, Full-time at a 2+ accredited College, please apply for the Gobrecht Scholarship.
Entering as Junior or Senior, Full-time at an accredited College, please apply for the Sandra J. Marshall Scholarship.
Entering as Sophomore, Full-time at an accredited College, please apply for the Ona M. Carnes Scholarship.
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September 1, 2011 to July 27, 2020
Supreme Inspector &
Member of the House of Gold
July 27, 2020 to present
The time is now to reserve your copy of the new Massachusetts Rainbow Cookbook with proceeds benefitting the Sandra J. Marshall Scholarship Fund.
These will make wonderful holiday gifts for friends and family, with almost 200 recipes from our Past Grand Worthy Advisors, Grand Adults, members and many more.
The cover was designed by Miss Kaity G. (Grand Religion).
The cost is $15 each or 2 books for $25. Shipping is available at a cost.
Please join us at any of our upcoming Majority Alumni meetings or events. We have decided to host our meetings the afternoon of the Grand Officer Nights at 12:30 pm in the dining hall at Lowell Masonic Building.
For more information or to be added to our distribution list, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Massachusetts Grand Assembly is a proud member of the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls - a non-profit masonic youth group that teaches girls what matters most - leadership, confidence and citizenship. Every day, across the globe, hundreds of thousands of girls come together to laugh, share, and grow through fun events and challenging workshops designed to empower girls of all ages. Rainbow Girls volunteer for their community and travel to other assemblies. Along the way, they make new friends and gather invaluable life skills that help them become the best daughter, sister, and friend they can be.
Whether their dream is to become the CEO of their own company, a talented artist, or a loving mother, Rainbow Girls learn that they can accomplish anything, and in the process, they can make a difference in this world.
Rainbow has taught me leadership, public speaking and responsibility. Through Rainbow I have created many friendships and bonds with girls in Massachusetts and all over the world. I know these friendships will last a lifetime
Kaity G - Billerica Assembly #61
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