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Fallbrook Rainbow Girls shine in Fresno

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Assembly of the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls recently attended their Grand Assembly (state assembly) in Fresno. They met with other Rainbow Girls from across the state and competed in various activities like talent, arts and crafts, sewing and ritual (memorization) work.

Their leaders are proud of the girls and how they did. Ariana Miller took first place in talent. Caitlyn Dawson received a first place for her photography and second place in the ritual competition. Veronica Serano took second place for her colored pencil drawing and Aly Eade received a second place for the pantaloons she sewed. The girls worked hard all year preparing for these events and their hard work showed.

Rainbow is a service organization for girls between the ages of 11 and 20 in which they learn leadership skills, do community service and make a lot of wonderful friends.

Any girl interested in joining the group next year at Grand Assembly, by becoming a Rainbow Girl, can contact Sarilyn Stine, mother advisor, at (760) 749-0524 or [email protected].


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