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Food, Fun and Friendships Shared at Grand Picnic Overnight
August 26, 2014

The Massachusetts Grand Officers and Grand Representatives sleepover at RCMA began with a chilly and refreshing splash. We did the ALS Ice Bucket challenge per the nomination of New Hampshire Rainbow, then had a cook out complete with burgers and hot dogs until we hopped into the pool for a dip before it got dark. When the sun set we settle into dry clothes and roasted marshmallows over a fire, crafting s’mores in the spirit of Emma’s theme. Afterward we all played bingo in the Rec Hall and d…

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Cathedral In The Pines Invite
August 26, 2014

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Rindge, New Hampshire

 

Dear Rainbow Girls, Advisory Board Members, and Parents,

The Rainbow Service, sponsored by Grand Assembly of Massachusetts, will be held at the Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge, New Hampshire, on Sunday, September 14, 2014, at 1:00 p.m.  The service will be conducted by Newton Assembly #60.

Please invite your families, friends, sponsoring orders to join us in this beautiful setting.  This will be the forty-fifth  year…

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A Day at Canobie Lake with Sisters!
August 26, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Come join us! Click the image for a downloadable forms.

Includes procedures, permission and consent forms.

 

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Our Masonic Heritage
August 25, 2014

Theodore Roosevelt
President 1901-1909 / Master Mason 1901

Theodore Roosevelt, Masonic President, freemasonry

Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt, said in 1902, “One of the things that attracted me so greatly to Masonry . . . was that it really did live up to what we, as a government, are pledged to — of treating each man on his merits as a Man”.

From Roosevelt’s obituary in the New York Times, January 1919: Colonel Roosevelt was a member of the local lodge of Masons, and never failed to keep up his i…

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The Rainbow in the Sky
August 16, 2014

A rainbow is formed by the reflection and refraction of sunlight in raindrops. When a ray of light enters a raindrop, it bends and gets separated into its constituent colors. How many colors are there in a rainbow? The answer is 7 amazing ones: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo and Violet. Moreover, each of these colors have their own meanings.

Red

This is the color with the longest wavelength, and is the nearest visible light to infrared in the electromagnetic spectrum.…

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WAY TO GO MASSACHUSETTS!
July 30, 2014

 

In The International Ritual Competition!

Ritual Team ready for competition

Ritual Team with Mom Torrey and Coach Milne

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Massachusetts! Calling all Reporters!
July 10, 2014

Hi there, Massachusetts!

Now that the fourth of July has passed and fun, summer Rainbow acitivities have started... Does your 

Assembly have a RACOM Reporter for ths year? Can you write about what your Assembly does from June to September, October to December, and February to April/May? Can you collect boosters (think of them like #hastags!) from your assembly, advisors, sponsors, and friends?

If so, please consider signing up to be your Assembly's RACOM Reporter! Get in touc…

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2014-2015 Rainbow and DeMolay CAN TAB Challenge
July 09, 2014

    You can make a difference, one tab at a time. Ask all of your friends to collect tabs - the Shriners Hospitals in Boston and Springfield benefit from each of these donations!

Massachusetts this year is having a challenge to see whether RAINBOW IORG  or DEMOLAY can collect the most tabs during one year. Let's collaborate and put an all out effort to help children in need and their parents during a critical time in their life!

Double your efforts and see what you can do if you …

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Upcoming Events

RCMA Candles!
December 01, 2013 to October 31, 2014

 

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Every Click earns a penny for camp!
December 05, 2013 to December 24, 2014

Everyone can help raise pennies for our Rainbow Camp each time you search the internet on http://www.goodsearch.com/  Select Rainbow Camp as your Charity to Support. 

NEW Leading member to date: Jennifer P.! Leading Adult: Amy Morin, MA Haverhill

Who doesn't like to shop?    Each time you log into Amazon.com and purchase items, a percentage of that purchase will help our members. Please log in to Amazon using http://smile.amazon.com/ch/23-7130767, and start spending!!!!Now you...


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Video and Article Library
February 26, 2014 to December 31, 2014

Videos

 

Our video collection has been moved to a new home

Please go to the How To Join tab and select the Video and Article Library tab

or click on the icon below


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