2006 Grand Session

Grand Worthy Advisor

Brandon Wigfield

44th Annual "Rockin' At the Diner" Grand Assembly

Theme: Building Tomorrow's Memories

Colors: Turquoise, Hot Pink, and silver

Flower: Orchid

Mascot: Zebra

Symbols: Music Notes & Records

Motto: The richness in life lies in the memories we have forgotten.

Scripture: Psalm 100:1-2 "Make a joyful noise to the Lord. Serve the Lord with gladness. Come before his presence with singing."

Service Project: Box Tops for Education, Habitat for Humanity

More than 1500 box tops collected before Grand Sessions began, and more arrived during sessions. $1,351.44 donated to Habitat for Humanity, along with hands on service.

Grand Officers

Back Row: G.Drill Leader Ms. Sandberg, PGWA, protem; G.Confidential Observer/Choir Director, Brianna; G.Service Ms. Nicotera, PGO, protem; G.Nature Amanda; G.Religion Kari

Middle Row: G.Faith Roberta; G.Charity Katrina; GWA Brandon; GWAA Ashley; G.Hope Savannah; G.Recorder Nicole

First Row: G.Immortality Shanieka;G.Patriotism Ms. Clymer, PGWA, protem; G.Chaplain Ms. Kincheloe, JPGWA, protem; G.Love Tabbitha; G.Fidelity Cora

"Zippy Zebra" Pages

Nicole, Kimberly, Heather H., Molly, Heather S., Chloe

Grand Mother Advisor Mrs. Gabrielle Hazelton

Grand Cross Recipients

Our newly-appointed Supreme Deputy, Mrs. Hazelton

GWA Brandon's quilt

Fairbanks Assembly #1's competition skit

Friendship Chain March

March forming a Record Player

with GWA Brandon at center


Rainbow has a real place in my heart. Rainbow has given me role models, life skills and a home away from home. I have 9 years of wonderful memories and friendships that I know will last forever. These, of course, come from the girls and adults throughout our Grand Assembly, and cannot be pinned to a particular group. I was initiated at Grand Assembly, and received hugs and welcome from all of Alaska Rainbow. At times I felt like quitting, there were people around the state who encouraged me to continue. Alaska Rainbow also provided a stage for me to inspire and lead. I would not be here today, if it was not for every person who is sitting in this room.

My Rainbow career has been deeply impressed with the fact that Rainbow is for Girls. I strongly believe that our adults help us out in every way possible and it is very much appreciated, but that all accolades should be reserved for the girls; therefore, I would like to dedicate this 44th Rockin' at the Diner Session to all Alaska Rainbow girls, in the hope that they will continue to laugh together, cry together, hug, dance and stay up all night, laugh, lead and follow, but most importantly inspire, in the many years to come.