Show your Grand spirit and support Virginia Rainbow!
On December 7 was the Lodge Christmas party at the Manassas Lodge. It was lots of fun. There were several Rainbow Girls there along with a few DeMolay Brothers. We played several games, such as Musical Chairs and Find the Gingerbread Men. Dad Bill read “The Night Before Christmas” and Santa even visited bringing gifts! The food was good; from meat balls to cakes and cookies. Ginny the Gingerbread Man showed up too. I even made a new friend, she is the daughter of a Mason and is now thinking about joining Rainbow because of the great time we had together.
On November 28th and 29th, Manassas Assembly #13 had a fundraiser where the Rainbow Girls wrapped Christmas presents, listened to Christmas music, and ate donuts. On the first day we only wrapped one present which was a little disappointing, however we were able to help Mom Tammy put up the Lodge Christmas decorations. We helped decorate the new Hello Kitty tree, which I think is adorable. Thanks to Mom Tammy for letting us help.
On the second day, our Girls wrapped many presents with the help of the Yorkshire School of Instruction. Thank you! We also had wonderful support from our Amaranth members who were there selling ornaments and encouraged purchasers to have them wrapped by Rainbow. Thank you Amaranth! In our down time, we experimented with different bows and styles to wrap the big presents. I’m not sure how successful the fundraiser was, but I had a great time spending time with my Rainbow Sisters. Overall it was a very good experience.
With Rainbow love and service,
The MCHQWA Ball is always a fun experience, showing girls that Rainbow is not always Ritual and floorwork. Girls come from all over the State to have fun with not only their Rainbow Sisters but also their DeMolay Brothers and Job’s Daughters Sisters. On September 27th all the organizations came together to have fun, sing, dance and eat snacks at the Kena Shrine Temple. It was a great day and a fun experience!
With Rainbow Love and Service,