By: Kenna W., Natoma Assembly
Hey California Rainbow!!! This is Kenna from Natoma Assembly reporting live about the fun things Natoma has been doing over this wacky summer. Although we have been entirely virtual, our girls have found exciting new ways to give back to our community. We have made amazing blankets for Shriners Hospitals for Children, we did a baby food and supplies drive for the South Crisis Nursery, and our line officers put together some super fun service bags, which included four service projects that we could do safely from home! These projects included: tie blankets, senior home pen pals, “heartbeats” for first responders, and knit hats for new babies in the NICU. We did some of these projects via Zoom©, and Golden Arch, Lemon Grove, and Visalia Assembly joined us on one of our calls to make baby hats. In addition to giving back to our community, the girls of Natoma found some fun ways to have fun during Zoom© calls. From playing games with other assemblies, to having engaging activities after each meeting, our girls sure have shown that we can still stay connected over a computer screen!!! And to top off our summer, we had a new girl initiated at California Rainbow’s very first virtual initiation. This term sure has been a wild ride but we can’t wait to see what our next term has in store for our girls!!! See you on the other side of the Rainbow for my next report!!! Kenna Out!!