Red Bluff Rainbow Girls Honored at State Convention in Fresno

Apr 2, 2014 4:32 PM

The Rainbow Girls from Red Bluff Assembly returned home this week from a state convention in Fresno this week with two awards.

In addition to the awards, Carole Keys, a graduate of e-Scholar Academy in Red Bluff and current journalism student at Shasta College was appointed Member of the Grand Executive Committee.

Keys will serve a one year term during which she will meet with the Grand Executive Committee to make statewide decisions affecting all of California Rainbow, she will also have the opportunity to represent California at the state conventions in Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi in addition to writing and delivering nine speeches to start each session of the 2015 Grand Assembly in Fresno.

Sarah Grayson of Red Bluff Assembly won first place in the Sew and Show competition for her cupcake patterned pantaloons and Red Bluff shared the award for best combined flag tribute with members of Redding and Chico Assemblies.

The International Order of Rainbow for Girls is a service organization that teaches leadership and public speaking. There are more than 60 assemblies in California with local assemblies in Redding, Red Bluff, Chico and Quincy.


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