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Rainbow for Girls appoints Caitlin Paulson to office of Grand Hope

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Posted: Wednesday, April 23, 2014 1:23 pm

On March 31, Caitlin M. Paulson, a member of Cloud 7 Assembly International Order of the Rainbow for Girls, was appointed to the office of Grand Hope by the California Grand Assembly during the 2014 Grand Assembly meeting which was held in Fresno.

As Grand Hope, Paulson will attend Rainbow Assembly meetings throughout the state and various state level Rainbow events and ceremonies. She will also participate in the annual Grand Cross of Color ceremony that honors outstanding Rainbow assembly members. She will hold the office of Grand Hope until March 2015.

Paulson is a junior at Jim Elliot Christian High School. Her interests include writing, photography and piano. Once she graduates from high school in the spring of 2015, she plans to continue her education at a selected college. Paulson is the daughter of Bill and Katie Weber, of Lodi.

The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls is an organization for girls ages 11 to 20 and it's goal is to teach leadership and public speaking skills through community service. For more information on the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls or Cloud 7 Assembly, contact Lisa Dowdy, Mother Advisor of Cloud 7 Assembly, at 209-745-4046.

— Source: Dan Moellenberndt

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