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Schedule: To be determined

Dress Code: Rainbow Casual - Khaki skirt or pants with a Rainbow shirt

Categories: There are four categories for the competition with First, Second, and Third Place winners in each category.

Category A:  Love

  1. 14 years of age or younger 
  2. 15 years of age or older 

Category B: Worthy Associate Advisor - initiation part after bow stations

  1. 15 years of age or younger
  2. 16 years of age or older

Super Seven Competition

  • This category is open to all Rainbow Girls and Majority Members (local and out-of-state). 
  • To qualify for this competition, all seven (7) bow station initiatory lectures are to be recited consecutively with proper handling of the ribbons, etc. 
  • The scoring will be on the same level as the other competitions, but the guidelines are stricter:  no station can be skipped or “not known as well as the others” and each lecture must be completed before moving to the next. 
  • Rainbow dress code must be observed. 

Ritualistic Work

In order to be eligible for a pin and /or win, the girls must:

  • Be able to get through the entire ritualistic part. 
  • Give the ritualistic part as given in the Ritual and complete everything that goes with the part (example:  proper handling of the ribbon for color stations, etc.)


The Competition will be scored based on word to word accuracy and presentation.


Each Rainbow Girl participating receives the pin color in the order of her year of Competition (only one pin will be awarded to each girl).  The winners will be announced at the Grand Banquet and will be presented trophies.

Pre-registration is recommended so the Ritualistic Committe knows how to plan their time; however, all Rainbow Girls are encouraged to participate in the Ritualistic Competition whether they are pre-registered or not.

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. Kay Letterman is Supreme Worthy Advisor and to the Grand Jurisdiction of Tennessee of which Mrs. Rachel Whitaker is Supreme Deputy.