Lorraine Assembly # 6
International Order of the Rainbow for Girls
Officers for First Term - 2014
184th Installation of Officers
Lorraine Assembly No. 6 International Order of Rainbow for Girls held their Installation of Officers - Sunday, January 19, 2014

Regular Meetings are every 2nd and 4th Monday of Each Month at 7:30pm. Meetings when we have initiation start at 7:00pm.

Installing Officers

Installing Officer  Rebecca Bartlett Benediction Tom Mercer
Installing Marshall Lauryn Reams Hostess JoAnn, Paula, and Renee Wells
Installing Chaplain Brittney Horn Photographer  Alan Whitlow
Installing Recorder & Musician Christy Molen Installing Confidential Observer  Justin Mitchell

Dear Rainbow Friends and Family, 

Welcome to our Installation everyone. This is my fourth term as Worthy Advisor, and last as a Rainbow girl, as I will be getting my majority this summer. I am excited to get to share this with you all.

Some of my selections are horses, which I have loved since I was little, roses, and quotes and a bible verse about courage. I believe courage is very important especially to our young girls in facing life situations.

I chose The Ronald McDonald House and Veteran’s Hospital here in Louisville as my service projects. The Ronald McDonald House is a place where families of sick kids can stay when they are from out of town while their child is receiving care at our local hospitals. During my term I plan on having everyone collect can pull tabs to donate to them, and some of their wish list items which are cleaning supplies, kitchen supplies, snacks, drinks, etc. For the veterans hospital we can also collect some bathroom supplies and make Fourth of July cards for them.

I would like to give a special thank you to my Rainbow Sisters, Installing Officers, Board Members, Assistant Mother Advisor and Mother Advisor, my mom. Without you all none of this would be possible. I would also like to encourage our guests to attend as many events or meetings with us that they can. 

In Rainbow Love,

Michaela Reams
Worthy Advisor, January 2014-July 2014
Grand Recorder of Kentucky
Worthy Advisor
Michaela Reams
Worthy Assoc. Advisor
Isabeta Rountree
Rachel Gilkey
Trystan Noland
Lauryn Reams
Drill Leader
Kaylan Gilkey
Rachel Smith
Jenny Sanford
Renae Sanford
Hailey Pickard
Paige Riley
Confidential Observer
Jamaiya Davis
Outer Observer
Mother Advisor
Aunt Carolyn Reams
Asst. Mother Advisor
Christy Molen
Christy Molen

Worthy Advisor’s selections for her term are:

Quote: “ Courage is being scared to death, but saddling up anyways. ” – John Wayne

Emblem: Horses
Colors: Red and Brown Honor Station: Nature
Fun Emblem: Boots Bible Verse: “ Be strong and courageous, do not be afraid, for the Lord goes with you. He will not leave, nor forsake you. ” -Deuteronomy 31:6
Song: “Wild Horses” by Natasha Bedingfield
Service Projects: Ronald McDonald House and Veteran’s Hospital

Advisory Board Members

Rebecca Bartlett, Chair Greg Bartlett, Treasurer
Gail Perry, W.M and Vice Chair John Perry, Chaplain
Paula Wells, Secretary Tom Mercer, Master
Carolyn Reams, Mother Advisor  Danny Davis
Christy List Molen, Assistant MA Darrell Fogle
Myra Curry David Young
Lisa Gilkey Scott Rountree
Terra Noland  

Upcoming Events:

Service Projects:
Play Bingo at O.E.S. Nursing Home
Donate can pull tabs and snacks, kitchen, and cleaning supplies to the Ronald McDonald House.
Donate to the Veteran’s Hospital and make 4th of July Cards for them
Make cards for widow/shut-ins of lodge family


Bake Sales at the Fish Fry
Sell tickets for Bowling
Sell Krispy Kreme coupons
Serve at a local restaurant
Fun Projects:
Themed meetings: Pajama day, mix matched clothes, crazy hair, etc.
Sleep overs
Horseback riding
Picnic and park day
State Events:
Spring Retreat
Grand Assembly


January 27 -  Michaela Reams and Carolyn Reams

February 10 – Isabeta Rountree and Scott Rountree 

February 24 –Rachel Gilkey and Lisa Gilkey

March 10 – Trystan Nolan and Christy Molen 

March 24 – Paige Riley and Rebecca Bartlett 

April 14 – Jamaiya Davis and Paula Wells 

April 28 – Jenny Sanford and Darrell Fogle 

May 12 – Rachel Smith and Tom Mercer 

May 26 – Renae Sanford and Greg Bartlett 

June 9 – Michaela Reams and John Perry 

June 23 – Kaylan Gilkey and David Young 

July 14 – Trystan Nolan and Danny Davis

Important Dates

Sunday, January 19

Installation of Officers
Tuesday, January 21 Visit Southern Star and Present the Rainbow Bow Program
Monday, January 27 Stated Meeting, Start Krispy Kreme  fundraiser
Monday, February 10 Stated Meeting, Exchange Valentines and candy
Friday, February 21 Sleep over at Lodge
Monday, February 24 Stated Meeting
Saturday, March 1 Fish Fry
Saturday, March 8 Bake Sale
Monday, March 10 Stated Meeting, Mix-matched clothes day
Fri – Sat, March 14-15 Spring Retreat
Saturday, March 15 Fish Fry
Monday, March 24 Stated Meeting, Crazy hair day
Saturday, March 29 Fish Fry
Saturday, April 12 Bingo OES Nursing Home
Saturday, April 12 Fish Fry
Monday, April 14 Stated Meeting, Pajama day
Saturday, April 26 Fish Fry
Monday, April 28 Stated Meeting
Saturday, May 10 Fish Fry
Monday, May 12 Stated Meeting
Saturday, May 17 Bake Sale
Sunday, May 18 Picnic and park day
Saturday, May 24 Fish Fry
Monday, May 26 Stated Meeting
Friday, May 30 Sleep over at Lodge, work on Grand Assembly things
Saturday, May 31 Deliver items to Ronald McDonald House
Saturday, June 7 Fish Fry
Monday, June 9 Stated Meeting
Thurs – Sun, June 19-22 Grand Assembly
Saturday, June 21 Fish Fry
Monday, June 23 Stated Meeting, make 4th of July cards for Veteran’s Hospital
Saturday, June 28 Horseback riding
Saturday, July 5 Fish Fry
Saturday, July 12 Bake Sale
Monday, July 14 Stated Meeting, Rainbow spirit dress up day
Saturday, July 19 Fish Fry
Sunday, July 20 Isabeta Rountree’s Installation
About The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls

The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls is an organization for girls between the ages of 11 and 20. At the age of 20, or upon marriage, which ever occurs first, girls who are members in good standing are eligible for Majority Membership. To join, girl must be sponsored by two other girls who are either active members in good standing or a majority member, and at least one adult whom must be a member in good standing of either the Masonic Lodge, Order of the Eastern Star, Order of the Amaranth or the White Shrine. Members of the Order of the Rainbow for Girls participate in many charitable and civic service projects with in their city and state.

The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls was established in McAlester, Oklahoma in 1922. The very inception and writing of the first Ritual, and the laws governing the Order, was the work of W. Mark Sexson, a 33rd Degree Mason and pastor of the First Christian Church in McAlester, Oklahoma.

Lorraine Assembly # 6 International Order of the Rainbow for Girls is sponsored by Suburban Lodge # 740 Free and Accepted Masons and Southern Star Chapter # 154 Order of the Eastern Star. Members from both organizations serve on the Adult Advisory Board of Lorraine Assembly, these advisors oversee the activities and chaperone all functions and trips.

The members of Lorraine Assembly # 6 are involved in many activities throughout the year, such as preparing fruit baskets for lodge widows, care packages for the Veterans Hospital and Kosair Hospital, and charities such as The Special Olympics and the American Diabetes Foundation. They also have a number of social events, like dances, picnics, and trips to the Kosair Shrine Circus, Kings Island and Kentucky Kingdom.

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