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THEME 

"Dreams Do Come True"

COLORS 

Pan Green, Darling Blue, and Hook Red

SYMBOLS 

Stars, Lanterns, Hooks, and Acorns

SCRIPTURES

John 14:27

WATCHWORDS 

Faith and Trust

AIM

To help girls turn their dreams into goals and those goals into a reality.

FLOWERS 

Daisy

SONGS

"High Hopes"
Panic! At the Disco

"Million Dreams"
PINK

"Neverland"
Finding Neverland

 

 

 

 

GWA PIN AND T-SHIRT PROJECT

This year's GWA pin sells for $5.00 and embodies the essence of this year's theme.

The t-shirts may be purchased for $15 in sizes S-3XL, and they are available in three colors: Pan Green, Feather Red and Darling Blue.

T-shirts and pins may be purchased at the following site with free shipping: https://tniorg-gwa.square.site/

   
  OUR TENNESSEE MASCOTS

This year's mascots are Slightly the Fox and Cubby the Bear. They both love to travel and they look forward to seeing everyone often. The mascots may be purchased for $10 at all statewide meetings and at the following site: https://tniorg-gwa.square.site/

   
  "FAITH, TRUST AND PIXIE DUST"

We hope that each Assembly will raise money for the Shriners Hospital for Children in Lexington, Kentucky. They treat children with a host of orthopedic conditions while providing families expert medical care in a family-centered environment.

All donations are due to Mom Rachel and a report to Mrs. Melody Allensworth-James by May 20.

   
  "THINK HAPPY THOUGHTS"

The lost children at St. Jude are faced with challenges every day. Halloween is one of the biggest holidays at the hospital; thousands of kids go to booths run by staff members to trick or treat. So, we are asking that each Assembly collect individually wrapped packages of candy. Please refrain from collecting anything with nuts or anything hard.

A report of each Assembly's participation is due to Ms. Alison Allensworth by May 20.

   
  "NANA TO THE RESCUE!"

There are about 6.5 million companion animals in U.S. Shelters every year. Unfortunately, a third of these animals cross the Rainbow Bridge before they can experience love in a fur-ever home. So we will be collecting blankets, cat and dog food, litter, toys and towels for the local shelters.

A report should be sent to Mrs. Ashley Masterson by May 20.

 

"MAKING DREAMS COME TRUE"

This year we will be collecting money for our Adda Dinsmore Educational Scholarship program. At statewide events, we will have a photo booth where you can have your picture made for only $1. Assemblies are encouraged to hold creative fundraisers to help with this project too. Donations and memorials should be sent to Ms. Donna Thurman.

A report should be sent to Ms. Alison Allensworth by May 20.

This web site acknowledges allegiance to the Supreme Assembly, International Order of the Rainbow for Girls, whose seat is in McAlester, Oklahoma, of which late Rev. W. Mark Sexson was the founder, Mrs. Judy Fortenberry is Supreme Worthy Advisor and to the Grand Jurisdiction of Tennessee of which Mrs. Rachel Whitaker is Supreme Deputy.