OES “Our Angel of Friendship” Awarded

Posted in Blog on August 15th, 2014 by Webmaster

On August 9th at the OES Official Visit of District 16 in Forest, VA, Bob Riggle was awarded “Our Angel of Friendship” by Worthy Grand Matron Barbara Davis-Flanagan. The award, voted on by the Worthy Matrons of the District, is presented to a person who exemplifies charity, volunteerism, and helpfulness to the Chapters and their community.

We are so proud of Dad Riggle and all he does for our Virginia Grand Assembly.

Mom Rennagel
SWAA

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Supreme Assembly 2014

Posted in Blog on August 11th, 2014 by JML

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Congratulations to our own Mom Renn, who was elected Supreme Worthy Associate Advisor at the recent Supreme Session held in Baltimore, Maryland.

Past Grand Worthy Advisor, Lauren and Grand Faith, Kathy, made a presentation to the Supreme Family for Supreme Assembly to be held in Hampton, Virginia, in 2018 and they said YES!!! Needless to say, Virginia Rainbow will be very busy in the coming years.Presenting Supreme

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RAINBOW RETREAT 2014

Posted in Blog on August 3rd, 2014 by JML

CELEBRATE YOUR HERITAGE

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Virginia Rainbow Annual Retreat

3751 4-H Club Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23185

August 9th-10th, 2014

Registration to begin at 8 am Saturday

Must leave the premises by 10 am Sunday

 Enjoy the ropes course, team building exercises, swimming pool, and more!

Presentations to be given by GWA Brigitte Wendel

 Attendance and Prices:

$25 – Rainbow Members in Good Standing

$30 – Adult Workers and Parents of Rainbow Girls

$30 – Girls awaiting Initiation and Their Parents

Registration will be due July 23

Make checks payable to Virginia Rainbow for Girls Foundation, Inc. and send to Pattie McLaughlin at 2106 Ettington Lane, Mechanicsville, VA 23111

 Late Registration will cost $50 per person

HERITAGE

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Stand up, Stand out, and Make a Difference

Posted in Blog on July 13th, 2014 by Grand Recorder 2013

Today, July 13th 2014, Brianna Quarnaccio was installed as the Worthy Advisor of Smithfield Assembly #5. Her theme is “Stand up, Stand out, and Make a Difference.” Brianna’s mascot for this term is the Zebra, because not any zebra has the same stripe pattern, just like how every person is different and special in there own way. She picked the Ronald McDonald House of Norfolk as her charity. She plans to raise money for this organization by doing Applebee’s, World’s Finest Chocolate, and Bubba and Frank fundraisers. It seems like Smithfield Assembly is going to have a fun but busy term, from volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House, collecting donations at Christmas light displays, visit nursing homes, and cleaning lodges. But, Brianna’s term isn’t all focused on doing charity work, she also plans on having sleepovers, bowling parties, and going to the Haunted Temple with her assembly.

Kensley

Hampton Assembly #2

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