By: Carley L., Northern Pot of Gold Reporter, Camellia Assembly
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Rainbow Assemblies near and far have been trying to stay connected. It can be challenging at times, as everyone really misses seeing each other in person, but we need to always remember we are all in this together. Although we can’t wait to go back to in-person activities and meetings, California Rainbow has been staying connected with each other, in their own unique ways!
Camellia Assembly was challenged by Natoma Assembly to participate in “The Don’t Rush Me” challenge. Camellia created a video to the Grease© song, “We Go Together” where each girl pointed to the right, which then showed each girl in a different fun pose, wearing a formal dress. Natoma Assembly did their video challenge to the song from High School Musical©, “ We’re All In This Together”. Camellia Assembly then challenged Rose, Vacaville, and Napa Assembly to participate. Also, the girls and adults had a ton of fun at the virtual friendship night that Camellia Assembly hosted on Friday, September 25th. The theme of the evening was Disney©. Several girls and adults attended, wearing their festive Disney© gear, and enjoyed playing a 50 question Kahoot© game made by Amanda M.