Our Masonic Family
Meet the Staff
Who's Who at RMCA?
Rebecca M. is from Wakefield Assembly #43. She attended Rainbow Camp for two summers as a camper, one as a Junior Counselor, and this her third year as a Counselor. She teaches Liquid Embroidery and American Sign Language. As a camper, Rebecca witnessed the great impact that one week at camp can have on young women and feels that every girl deserves to be in a positive and nurturing environment when she leaves her home to attend camp. She looks forward to creating great camp memories for the girls.
Mary M. is from Plymouth Assembly #86. She has been a camper for five summers, and is the resident “Melty Bead” expert at Rainbow Camp. She spent two years as a Junior Counselor, and this is her second summer as a Counselor, teaching swimming. She loves everything about Rainbow Camp, but if she had to pick her one favorite activity, it would be evening activity because “you get to spend time with your cabin and bond with your friends. And just have FUN!”
Sarah M. is from Natick Assembly #28. This will be her first year as a Counselor during which she will be teaching Arts & Crafts as well as sports. She was a JC for three years and a camper for four summers. She likes to have fun while being responsible, and because of that she feels she is able to relate to both the campers and the staff. Her favorite activity is Sports because it “she is the most athletic”.
Megan F. is from Spencer Assembly #72. She is currently the Archery and Drama Counselor. Megan enjoys being on staff because she loves helping campers to learn new skills. Her favorite activity at camp is Drama, because she loves to sing!
Katie L. is from Concord Assembly #53. She was a camper for four years, and this is her third year on staff. Katie is the Riflery and Sports counselor this summer.
Becky F. is from Middleboro Assembly #58. She was a Junior Counselor for two years, and this is her first year as a counselor. She teaches both Canoeing and Kayaking. It is her favorite class because she gets to spend the day by the water, and she aspires to be a Marine Biologist at a marine rescue center.
Schae W. is from Plymouth Assembly #86. She spent three years at camp as a camper, and this is her second summer on staff as a Junior Counselor. Her favorite camp time is evening activity because it is a great opportunity for all the campers and staff to spend time together to bond.
Rebecca M. is from Natick Assembly #28. She has been a camper for six summers, however this will be her second year as a JC. Her favorite thing about camp is to bond and create lifelong friendships! She loves riflery class and has even obtained her hunting and boating certification.
Shelby B. is a member of Billerica Assembly #61. She has attended camp for seven years, but this is her first year as a JC. Her favorite class is Drama, because she does theater outside of Rainbow.
Nicole C. is a member of Concord Assembly #53. This is her first year as a JC.
Erica B. is a member of Concord Assembly #53. She has attended Camp as a camper for seven years, and this is her first year as a JC. Her favorite class is archery because, "It's extremely fun to try and earn Awards. Her favorite part of camp is meeting new people and making new friends.
Cailin G. This is her first year as a JC.
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Counselors must be 18 years of age and JC’s must be 16 years of age
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