Rainbow Girls grow and change in 2018

In Newsby Charles Ward

By Deanna Browne, Mother Advisor

It’s time for changes for Juneau Assembly No. 3.
Two young women — Mikayla Stiner and Virginia Roldan — who have been great support for the Assembly for many years have reached the age of majority and will transition into roles as adult advisors.
The Assembly has several younger members who are not eligible, yet, to hold an elected office. While these girls work on becoming proficient and prepared for leadership, Past Worthy Advisors will take turns hosting meetings during the second term of 2018. Those meetings will include challenging workshops, fun activities and service projects.
Despite not having a Worthy Advisor for the Winter-Summer 2018 term, several girls were installed into other positions at a July 14 ceremony. At that event, Mikayla Stiner and Roldan learned they will receive the the Grand Cross of Color, the highest honor a Rainbow Girl can receive. Additionally, Doug Harris will receive the same award for his service to Rainbow as a multi-term Rainbow Dad and advisory board member. The Assembly announced another honor — the Service to Rainbow award — for Theresa Steiner. This award is given to an adult without Masonic affiliation who has been active in Rainbow.
The Assembly updates its comings and goings on its Facebook page and its Instagram account.