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West Farmington – Caraline Nelson, daughter of John & Diane Nelson, of Burton, Ohio, was installed to lead the W. Farmington Rainbow Assembly #116 of the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls during its spring term as Worthy Advisor.  Cara has chosen “Veggie Tales” as her theme for the term; her motto is “God is bigger than the Boogieman.”  Her mascots are ducks, symbols are bubbles & bunnies; colors: tomato red, carrot orange, squash yellow, and cucumber green; her flower is the carnation, and her scripture is Psalm 56:3.  Her projects for the term are to donate to the Gabe’s My Heart Chemo Duck Program, Relay for Life, and to participate in the statewide project Honor Flights. Social events include: Cleveland Zoo, Statewide Dance, Tri-Youth Day, Car Wash, and doughnut and sub sandwich sales.
Serving as installing officer for the day was Miss Katie Nevison, Past Worthy Advisor of W. Farmington Assembly and Grand Confidential Observer.  She was assisted by Brittany Strickland as Installing Chaplain, Helen Hedrick as Installing Marshal and Kate Faler as Installing Recorder.
The other officers installed for the term are: Sister of Charity – Haley Spangler, Sister of Hope – Tina Murray, Treasurer – Katie Nevison, Drill Leader – Rachael Bickford, Confidential Observer – Audrey Drago, Outer Observer – Sara Sieczkowski, and Choir members: Katie Jackson, Samandra Hopkins, & Caitlyn Jones.  Also John Nelson IV was crowned Assembly Beau for 2011.
Rainbow Girls are girls between the ages of 11 – 20 who want to give service to their community, build strong leadership and public speaking skills, and make life-long friends.  The assembly also sponsors Iris Pledge Group for girls ages 7-10 for girls to learn about service, patriotism, and fun fellowship.
The assembly now meets at the Burton Masonic Complex on the 1st & 3rd Saturdays at 10:00am in Burton, Ohio.  All Master Masons, OES, Amaranth, White Shrine of Jerusalem and majority members are encouraged to come at and visit them at their new location.  For more information about W. Farmington assembly or information on how you can join this premiere character building & service organization for girls please visit their website at: www.mastermason.com/WFarmington116 or call their Mother Advisor, Roxanne York, at (330) 240-5116.