Rainbow Girls install officers


AUBURN – The Lewiston Assembly, International Order of Rainbow for Girls, recently held its installation of officers at the Auburn Masonic Temple, 1021 Turner St.

Installed as officers were: worthy advisor, Samantha Kelley, Auburn; worthy associate advisor, Lindsay Carr; charity, Carline Kelley; hope, Stephene Waterman; faith, Claire Ross; chaplain, Erin Cotterly; drill leader, Delila Dickey; and love, Georgia Jipson.

Also, religion, Katie Jordan; nature, Jessy Bosse; immortality, Leah Goldsberry; fidelity, Jenny Vickerson; patriotism, Caitlin Walton; service, Megan Benway; confidential observer, Julia Martin; historians, Carline Kelley and Megan Benway.

Serving as installing officer was Megan Skilling, Lewiston Assembly; installing chaplain, Kelsey Redmond, Yarmouth Assembly; installing marshal, Caitlin Walton, Lewiston Assembly; installing recorder, Amanda Redmond, Yarmouth Assembly.

The installing musician was Mum Debbie Greim, Lewiston Assembly; and the installing soloist was Stephene Waterman, Lewiston Assembly.

The International Order of Rainbow for Girls is a nonprofit, service-oriented organization that teaches girls, ages 11 to 20, three basic virtues:faith in a supreme being and other people, having hope in all they do, and charity toward others.

The Lewiston Assembly meets at 6 p.m. on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month at the Auburn Masonic Temple, 1021 Turner St.

For more information on Rainbow for Girls, visit www.iorg.org or call Rebecca Skilling at 777-7470.