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It's Circus Time in Tennessee
Red, Green, Blue and Yellow
Circus Tents, Elephants, Stars and Balloons
Determination, Courage, Dependability, and Diversity
Promoting Rainbow through charity, service and fun.
“We're All in This Together”
“Circus Theme Song”
“One Step at a Time"
“Pocket Full of Sunshine”
“Come What May"
|GWA Pin and T-Shirt Project|
This year's GWA pin sells for $3.00, and it is pictured to the left. All members and all of our Fraternal Sponsors are encouraged to wear this pin. The t-shirts may be purchased for $10 (S - XL) and $12 (XXL - 3XL), and they are available in three colors: Red, Yellow and Blue. We hope to see everyone wearing these on all Rainbow trips and at local meetings, projects and events.
|Our Tennessee Mascot - Elphie the Elephant|
This year's mascot is a very important elephant named Elphie. Girls and adults are encouraged to bring him to all Rainbow events. Please don't forget that our mascot is great to travel with us, but he must not interfere with our meetings. The mascot will be available to purchase at each of our Official Visits for $10.
"In the Center Ring"
This year we will be raising money for the Shriners Burn Center in Lexington, Kentucky. This hospital specializes in orthopedic and musculoskeletal disorders and diseases. All Assemblies are asked to have a fundraiser for this worthwhile project. All donations are due to Mom Fortenberry and a report to Mrs. Suzanne Bracey by May 25.
|"Pop Tops for Kids"|
Pop tops, or pull-tabs, will be collected by each Assembly and donated to the Ronald McDonald House Charities. The pull tabs are weighed to determine their value at recycling centers and the proceeds is then donated to the Ronald McDonald Houses.A report of each Assembly's success is due by May 25 and should be sent to Mrs. JoAnne Vest.
|"Project: Giving Back"|
We all appreciate our veterans and the sacrifices they make to defend our country. Returning home after years of military service may be traumatic. To show our appreciation, we are collecting items to be used by veterans or their families during hospitalization. The following items are accepted at all TN VA Hospitals: magazines, coffee and cookies, new or gently used clothing, telephone cards, gift cards and gas cards. A report should be sent by May 25 to Mrs. Angela Morrow of each Assembly's accomplishments.
|"The Greatest Show on Earth"|
To show all of our accomplishments this year, each Assembly is asked to create a 12" x 12" photo collage of the girls working on their service projects to be displayed at Grand Assembly. The collages need to be in a 12" x 12" frame and be ready to hang at Grand Assembly. Collages should by turned in on Friday, June 28 for use in the Grand Assembly room.
|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.|