Special Announcements



8 Deadline to order cookies made by Westerly Assembly. See flyer below.
9 2 pm Grand Choir Christmas caroling at Ethan Place
15 7 pm Pledge Christmas party with gift exchange at Woodridge. More details below.
30 10 am Pawtucket meeting, then rehearsal. 11 am Statewide initiation, only if there are candidates. JGEC meeting following.


It's that time of the year where we break out our Christmas spirit and have the opportunity to sing Carols together. Please join me at Ethan Place, located at 85 Ethan St in Warwick at 1:45 pm to sing songs and Carols at 2pm sharp. The Grand Chapter of Eastern Star will be providing refreshments this year. Please come dressed in Katy's term shirt or your favorite Christmas shirt. If you have any questions, please reach out to Mom Therrien, Katy Harrison or myself.
Maddy Murray
Grand Choir Director

Hello everyone,
I just want to thank you for attending Woody's Carnival and helping us raise money, $824, for more fun events! I hope you all got the chance to enjoy some of the games and have a day of fun. A special thank you to all the girls and adults who helped make everything run so smoothly as well as Charity Lodge for allowing us to use their building.
Rainbow love,

The Grand Charity event will be held on Saturday, April 20, 2024.
Please save the date and watch for details soon!


Congratulations to these Sisters who were announced at the Grand Cross of Color Luncheon on November 12, 2023.
Master of Ceremonies Anita-Marie Mott (#10)
Sister of Victory Sharon Lamprey (#7)
Sister of Vision Robin Mott (#8)
Sister of Truth Abigail Culhane (#10)
Marshal Fallon Cote (#7)
Chaplain Joyce Meleleu (#13)
Keeper of the Door Breanna Thompson (#7)


You can order gift cards at the RaiseRight app or www.shopwithscrip.com or contact Donna Fox or rhodeislandiorg@gmail.com. There is a wide variety of businesses and denominations available throughout the year. A portion of all sales goes to Rhode Island Grand Assembly. Mom Fox will place orders on the 1st and 15th of every month.


Dear Order of Rainbow for Girls:

The Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction, USA, Inc. places great importance on continuing education. So much so that we offer more than 15 scholarships to United States citizens and U.S. permanent residents only for study within the U.S. at accredited public or private colleges, universities, or trade schools—depending on the individual scholarship. Applications must be submitted online each year to the Office of the Grand Executive Director during the application period. Most scholarships have additional requirements. Please refer to the individual scholarships below for these criteria.
Please include the following link


in your communications and your website(s) for our 2024 offerings. Our application period usually begins in early January and is open for several months to allow time for students to apply.

We wish members of our Masonic Youth great success in their future endeavors.

Phil Shortt 32° (PSMC of Maryland DeMolay)
Donor Officer, Mid-Atlantic Region
Email: PShortt@ScottishRite.org
Cell: 240-608-7425 (call or text)
Address: 1729 Wheyfield Drive, Frederick, MD 21701-9337
Supreme Council 33°|Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction, USA
Website: www.ScottishRite.org


Individual: create a photo of you and your toys. Be creative! Age categories: Pledge, ages 11-16, 17-21, and adult. Prize is a $25 gift card of your choice per age category.
Assembly: create a scrapbook of the 2023-24 term. Prize is a $50 gift card of your choice or a check.


This year Ritual Proficiency will include a TEAM Category. Participate with your friends! And DRESS CODE for Ritual Proficiency will no longer require white gowns, but be the dress code of the day (Grand Representatives Day, May 11th, 2024) OR Teams are encouraged to wear matching outfits to compete, such as decorated t-shirts or matching outfits head to toe. Matching outfits must still meet the dress code but can be casual. We want to see your creativity!
The Ritual for the Team Category and other details will be announced later. Looking forward to seeing many of you compete!
Your ritual team,
Mom Katie, Mom Kate, and Mom Hannah

2022 – 2024

Membership and service will be a primary focus during the 2022-2024 session of Walking through Life with Rainbow. As an incentive, members can build a beautiful Pandora- style charm bracelet as they meet the criteria set forth below.

• The Red charm signifying Love, and in particular your love of Our Order, will only be awarded to first-line signers on an Applicatlon for Membership or to those who are the second-line slgners on two Applications for Membership.

• Additional charms will be awarded, in order, based on 20 hours of community service. Service hours reported at a member`s local assembly should be included in this program. The goal is for our members to have a complete charm bracelet at the end of two years.

• Community service is herein defined as: participation in your Grand Jurisdiction's statewide service project; participation in a local assembly's term service project; and/or independent, uncompensated community service. Examples of independent, uncompensated community service includes but is not limited to: cleaning a park, providing uncompensated tutoring to a non-family member, providing uncompensated babysitting for a non-family member, etc.

• The bracelet comes in sizes 7.5, 8, or 8.5. Please select your size when ordering. Adults who wish to participate in this program may also report their service hours -for adults only. the Red charm will be earned with the first 20 hours of service. Adults are asked to pay a one-time fee of $9.50 to cover the cost of the bracelet. Information for members and adults, and the one-time fee of $9.50 per participating adult, should be sent to the Mom Sam Riebe, who will then submit the order form and money to Supreme Assembly.

Look for our GWA wearing the bracelet at our upcoming events.

Submit your service hours to Mom Sam Riebe at x_kittyfan_x@hotmail.com. Those who are top-line or second-line signers on membership applications will also earn a shoe charm.


The new service project kicked off on August 1st with Care Packages to First Responders. Each assembly is being asked to create and deliver care packages to our first responders as a way to honor, show appreciation for, and remember our first responders who help each of us in so many ways. Be sure to take a photograph and share your thoughtfulness with others. Care bags might include a bottle of water, prepackaged cookies, fruit cups, etc. Use your creativity. Participate as many times as you would like, but please keep track of how many “care packages” are delivered each time. Miss Kay is looking forward to hearing about all of the outstanding service that our Rainbow Girls will be doing to help others!


This merchandise is available for sale. Contact Mom Therrien to arrange for a delivery.
Items with RI logo:
Navy fleece jacket, $22
Green hoodie, $26
Duffel bag, $20
Items with IORG emblem:
Campfire mug, $6
Pop socket, $12
Portfolio, $16
Drawstring bag, $5 (specify red, orange, yellow, or green)
Short sleeve 2022-23 T shirt, $13 (Sarah’s)
Long sleeve 2022-23 T shirt $15
White polo shirt, $12
Sweatpants, $25 (specify navy or charcoal).
Jacket in sweatshirt material, $16-18. Various colors and sizes available. Pajama pants, black plaid with emblem in pink, $20 (Also, 1 pair of small royal blue pajama pants with emblem in black embroidery)
Limited sizes available on several items. Shop early to get your size!


Grand Assembly now owns a Cricut! Use this form to order personalization on your portfolio. Cost is $3. . personalization form

"Rainbow Gets Girls Ready for Life"