This will give you information about the Grand Representatives and their role at the 2013 Grand Assembly.
- Sashes are still suggested; however, they are not required. We still have the old Grand Assembly sashes, but we would like each Grand Representative to make a sash that is unique if possible. The sashes may be designed to represent one or more jurisdictions. It is important that each girl make (or help make) the sash themselves. It should be fashioned to represent their Jurisdiction. These will be judged by select judges.
- Poster Contests will continue this year. It includes the use of a free-standing display board (or science board) that can be decorated with information about their Grand Jurisdiction. Scrapbooking techniques and paper can be used along with travel brochures, information about the state / country, etc. The board should tell a story about Rainbow in other Jurisdictions. Posters will be due on Friday night and will be on display through Monday. They will be judged by everyone at Grand Assembly.
- A Rainbow Trivia competition will be played again this year by the Grand Representative group on Saturday night. Teams will be made of 2 or 3 Grand Representatives after you arrive at Grand Assembly. The girls can design and name their team. Teams will then play each other, with each winning team advancing to the next round. Questions for this event will come from the Ritual and the Gold Book. The final round will take place in the Grand Assembly session on Sunday evening.
- The Grand Representative reports are still important and encouraged. The short report will be read during a session as the GWA calls their name. The report should be about 2 minutes in length and should include information about Rainbow in their Jurisdiction. It is understandable that not everyone has heard from their counterpart, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have this opportunity. They can look on-line or we can contact the Grand Representative Director for that area. It is important that the completed report be sent to Mom Martha by May 30th. (Email: email@example.com)
- In the notebook that the Grand Representatives received the night of their appointment, there was a Report for the Supreme Inspector that need to be turned in to Mom Fortenberry by May 30th. It includes a listing of activities that have been completed this year related to Rainbow. Mom Fortenberry will use this information to look for individual involvement in each girl’s Assembly.
|This web site acknowledges allegiance to the Supreme Assembly, International Order of the Rainbow for Girls, whose seat is in McAlester, Oklahoma, of which late Rev. W. Mark Sexson was the founder, Ms. Mary Adeline Bradford is Supreme Worthy Advisor and to the Grand Jurisdiction of Tennessee of which Mrs. Judy Fortenberry is Supreme Inspector.