Looking for a service organization for your daughter?
Girls of ages of 8-20 are encouraged to join Sequim Rainbow Girls, a service organization.
Parents and their daughters are welcome to attend a dessert and information Night at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 8, at the Sequim Masonic Lodge, 700 S. Fifth Ave., Sequim.
The only international sorority for girls, Rainbow Girls gives you tools, training and encouragement young women need to succeed, program organizers say. Rainbow teaches leadership, confidence and uses events and challenging workshops to empower girls to be the best daughter, sister, friend and student they can be.
The Sequim group, along with and many other assemblies across the world, have two divisions: girls who are between the ages of 8-11 are in a pledge group, and girls who are 11-20 are official Rainbow Girls.
Activities include bowling, camping, having sleepovers, pool parties, lock-ins, etiquette and spa parties, leadership camp, attending various weekend trips to meet other assemblies of Rainbow Girls. Members attend conventions on a regular basis where they make many friendships across a Washington-Idaho jurisdiction. They also participate in many service projects, including working at the food bank and charity events and assist raising money for charitable needs.
The requirement to join the organization is a desire and a belief in a supreme being. Girls who wish to join need to fill out a membership form.
To learn more about the organization and obtain a membership form contact, Dot Gosset, Sequim Assembly, Mother Advisor, 582-9601, by phone or text.