International Order of the Rainbow for Girls
 
INSTALLATION OF GRAND OFFICERS

Our Grand Worthy Advisor

Carrigan Brummett, GWA, chose her theme to be "Be A Good Neighbor in Rainbow." Learn more about her projects for 2021-2022.

Tennessee Grand Appointments

Check out a list of our Grand Officers, Grand Representatives, Grand Pages, Grand Choir, and our Grand Committee members.

Grand Assembly Awards 2020

Check out all of the great awards earned at Grand Assembly!

Calendar of Events

Learn about Tennessee's statewide events.

Tennessee Rainbow History

Our Rainbow heritage began with the first Assembly in 1923 in Memphis, TN.

Our Past Grand Worthy Advisors

A complete listing of all Past Grand Worthy Advisors and Past State Mother Advisors.

Tennessee Assemblies

We have 19 local Assemblies and 6 Grand Deputies under the direction of Mrs. Rachel Whitaker, Supreme Deputy.

MontMilner Rainbow Camp

Tennessee Rainbow owns 68 acres of land in Sewanee, Tennessee where we have Leadership Retreats and camp.

Adda Dinsmore Scholarship and Loan Fund

Learn about how you may apply for the Adda Dinsmore Educational Scholarship or Loan Fund. Application deadline is May 31st every year.

Need to Contact Us?

If you need more information about Rainbow in Tennessee, you may contact our Supreme Deputy.

Mrs. Judy Fortenberry,
Supreme Worthy Advisor

We are so proud of our own Mom Fortenberry who was installed as the Supreme Worthy Advisor July 27, 2020 from Knoxville, TN in a virtual installation. Make plans to attend Supreme Assembly in 2022 in Oklahoma City, OK for our 100th anniversary!

Fenton Art Glass Bead

Rainbow will be celebrating100 years of Love and Service in 2022! The Grand Assembly of Tennessee asks your support in that preparation. Fenton Art has designed a special Pandora-style bead with 3 Tennessee purple irises. Price $45.00. To purchase, complete this form and mail to Mrs. Judy Fortenberry.

Our Past Supreme Inspectors
and State Dads

Meet our Past Supreme Inspectors, Past Supreme Deputies and Past Stare Dads.

Hues 'N' News

Tennessee's Rainbow newsletter is published 3 times a year with articles from across the state. The Spring 2021 edition is now on the website.

What is Rainbow?

Learn what the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls is, who may join, what you can do if you are a Rainbow Girl or a Rainbow Pledge, and much more!

Charity and Service Links

Please click on the appropriate link below to start tracking your hours!

Member Reporting and Mother Advisor Report

Photos

Pictures from Official Visits, Grand Assembly, and more.

Links to Masonic Web Sites

Visit the web sites of our Affiliated bodies such as Tennessee Grand Lodge, Tennessee Order of the Eastern Star, Tennessee DeMolay, etc.

Join us for
Tennessee's 93rd Grand Assembly Session
"Be A Good Neighbor in Rainbow"
in Franklin, TN
from
June 25-27, 2022

Carrigan Brummett was installed as Tennessee's 93rd Grand Worthy Advisor on June 28, 2021 with her 2021-2022 Grand Officers. Mrs. Joy Todd was appointed posthumously as State Mother Advisor, and Mrs. Beth Williams will serve as the Acting State Mother Advisor. This year's theme is "Be A Good Neighbor in Rainbow." Congratulations to all!

Visit our International Website!


Visit our Tennessee Rainbow Store for this year's GWA tshirts, pins and mascots!

https://gwa-sales-nashville-area-rainbow.square.site/

GRAND ASSEMBLY 2021
COVISIT-19

Tennessee Rainbow's "Dreams Do Come True" Grand Assembly was held in Franklin, TN June 26-28, 2021 with Katelyn Broadway serving as Grand Worthy Advisor and Mrs. Beth Williams serving as State Mother Advisor. Pictures

Tennessee Rainbow held our CoVisit-19, or Homecoming, for this year in Nashville on April 10, 2021. Even though we stayed socially distanced and wore masks (except for a few pictures!), everyone enjoyed being together again after almost a year apart! Pictures

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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.