Volume LVIIMay 2010Number 2

Rainbow Gets Girls Ready for Life

Pennsylvania Rainbow grew to 27 Assemblies on Jan. 23, 2010, when Aurora Assembly No. 189 (Letters Temporary) was Instituted in Waymart in the presence of 150 attendees.

The Assembly is co-sponsored by Waymart Lodge No. 542, F. & A.M., and Laurel Chapter No. 67, O.E.S. Bro. Charles Grimm, District Deputy Grand Master of District 14 and Mrs. Carol Hunt, Acting Worthy Matron, took part in the outstanding ceremony performed by Danielle Dunmire, Grand Worthy Advisor, and her corps of Grand Officers. Bro. Grimm expressed his pride and excitement that Aurora Assembly, with its 14 new initiates, is the first Masonic Youth Group in the 14th Masonic District. He thanked Mrs. Helen Snedden, Supreme Deputy for Rainbow in Pennsylvania, for her wonderful cooperation and support.

In 2009, PA Rainbow grew for the first time in many years. Please visit www.parainbowgirls.org to discover which Assembly is nearest to you. Look for ways to involve the girls in your lodge's events and activities, and be sure to recommend membership to all girls of good character who are between the ages of 11-20.

Top photo, left-right: Mrs. Helen Snedden, Supreme Deputy for PA Rainbow; Danielle Dunmire, Grand Worthy Advisor; Jennell Johannes, new member; and Bro. Charles W. Grimm, D.D.G.M. of the 14th Masonic District.
Bottom photo: The Grand Officers performing the Closing Cross ceremony.

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