West Seattle Rainbow Girls will Recycle Your Christmas Tree on Saturday, Jan. 5


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The West Seattle Rainbow Girls will hold their 6th annual Christmas tree recycle fundraiser this coming Saturday, Jan. 5 at the Southgate Masonic Hall located at 1004 SW 152nd in Burien (map below), and also at the Alki Masonic Hall (4736 40th Ave. SW) from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

“Want to make a difference in a girl’s life? Help her to prepare for her future!” reads an announcement. “Rainbow gets girls ready for life!”

This is an annual benefit for a local branch of the Rainbow Girls, which, according to their website, is:

“…the only youth club that teaches what matters most – leadership, confidence, and citizenship. Every day, across the globe, hundreds of thousands of girls come together to laugh, share, and grow through fun events and challenging workshops designed to empower girls of all ages. Rainbow Girls volunteer for their community and travel around the world, visiting other clubs and making lots of new friends. Along the way, they gather invaluable life skills that help them become the best daughter, sister, student, and friend they can be. If you or someone you know would like to join Rainbow, click here!”

Suggested donation is $5 per tree.

No flocked trees please.

For more information, please contact Trent Vroman at 206-618-2973. 

For more information, visit www.gorainbow.org.


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One Response to “West Seattle Rainbow Girls will Recycle Your Christmas Tree on Saturday, Jan. 5”
  1. Nathan says:

    I know nothing of the Women’s masonic youth programs, but the De Molay program for the boys was pretty cool.

    I’d recommend it for anyone that is interested. Aside from the separation of the boys and the girls program, which always struck me as odd, their community activities and centralized social bonding was highly enjoyable. I do feel the need to issue a word of warning, however.

    The youth programs are designed and funded primarily as a recruitment mechanism for the Freemasons. I’m not saying that there’s anything wrong with the Freemasons, but just keep in mind that it is encouraged and expected that you join their society once moving on from the youth programs.

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