She Was Amazing from the Gec-ko!
Introducing our newest GEC Mom, Mrs. Bonnie Witzke from Oak Summit Assembly! Her Rainbow journey began when she was initiated on September 26, 1988. She told me that her favorite ritual is Service, this isn’t surprising once you learn that she served as a Grand Officer. Yes, you guessed it – she was Grand Service. Mrs. Witzke has continued her involvement with California Rainbow as an adult. She has three daughters. Her youngest daughter was initiated at our most recent Grand Assembly, and her eldest was just appointed the new Grand Faith and Representative to Australia and the Orient Pacific.
When I asked what her biggest challenge has been this past year, she said being away from her Rainbow family. She is so excited to be able to see all of California Rainbow again!
Mrs. Witzke’s duties as a GEC mom include attending the GEC meetings and Grand Officer sleepovers, chaperoning events, and being there for all of the Milestone Making Meerkats. Whew! Sounds like she will be a very busy lady. In addition to Rainbow, she loves being outside, going to the family cabin, designing and creating custom tumblers, and of course, spending time with friends and family.
Fun fact about our GEC Mom, she lives on a 2,300-acre cattle ranch that has been in her family for over 170 years! I did the math and believe her family must have settled on their ranch around the time that California was becoming a state! I loved getting to know more about Mrs. Witzke and I know you all will too!