Officers installed for International Order of Rainbow for Girls


September 14, 2018

Officers installed on Sept. 9 are (front row, from left) Trinady Smith, Emily Barton, Elisabeth Ridgway, Delany Lambert, and Destiny Te Linde; (second row) Jasmine Te Linde, Landry Gaddy, Triniti Miller, Addison Lau, Jaydan Coffman, and Jazzni Hembree; (back row) Ryleigh Orcutt, Hallie Hamilton, Bryanna Sidders, Alaina Pierce, Kate Leeper, Erica Coday, Kimberly Stuck and Kacie Moore.

Elisabeth Ridgway, the daughter of Max and April Ridgway, was installed as Worthy Advisor of Alva Assembly #28, International Order of Rainbow for Girls, on Sunday, Sept. 9, in the Alva Masonic Hall. Elisabeth, a high school sophomore, is the granddaughter of Alycen Yoder.

Others who were installed were: Worthy Associate Advisor, Destiny TeLinde; Charity, Delaney Lambert; Hope, Emily Barton; Faith, Trinady Smith; Recorder, Triniti Miller; Treasurer, Landry Gaddy; Chaplain, Bryanna Sidders; Drill Leader, Jaydan Coffman; Love, Addison Lau; Religion, Alaina Pierce; Nature, Erica Coday; Immortality, Hallie Hamilton; Fidelity, Ryleigh Orcutt; Patriotism, Kate Leeper; Service, Jasmine TeLinde; Confidential Observer, Kacie Moore; Outer Observer, Jaedyn Williams; Musician, Carrington Kline; Choir Director, Faina Whitaker; Choir, Hannah Kornele, Alaina Hurst, Kimberly Stuck.

Installing officers were Jordan Coffman, installing officer; Kimberly Stuck, marshal; Landry Gaddy, chaplain; with Recorder Rylan Castleberry; Musician Alycen Yoder; Mike and Max Ridgway, soloists. The Bible Ceremony was presented by Kayla Leeper, and the Gavel Ceremony was performed by Emily Barton. Ko Brooks attended the guest book. Marsha McMillin, Brenda Ridgway, and Amanda Lambert served at the reception table.

Members of the Rainbow Advisory Board are Erin Stuck, Mother Advisor; Amanda Lambert, Assistant Mother Advisor; Tim Stuck, Rainbow Dad; April Ridgway, Chairman of the Board; Rita Castleberry, Jordan Coffman, Bettielou Lane, and Thamazin Harrison, Rainbow Board Members.

Elisabeth has chosen to help the Vera Mae Foster Home as her service project. The assembly will be making throw blankets to donate to the foster children who will be living there.


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