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The Grand Lodge Youth Activities requests your presence at The Annual DeMolay - Job's Daughter - Rainbow Dance and Degree Day.

 

DeMolay

Practice 10 AM
Candidates 1:30 PM
Degrees 2:00 PM

Salem Masonic Center
1625 Brush College Road NW
Salem, Oregon

Rainbow

Installation 1:00 PM
Blue Room
State Mother Advisor and State
Rainbow Dad Reception

Salem Scottish Rite

Job's Daughters

Practice 10 AM

Initiation 2:00 PM

Gold Room

Salem Scottish Rite


Dance
7 - 8 & 9 - 11 PM

Salem Valley Scottish Rite
4090 Commercial St., SE, Salem, Oregon 97302 (503) 363-9240

Talent Show
Sign up with Grand Worthy Advisor between 6:15 - 7 
Talent must be approved by your Advisors before the performance.
8:30-9:30 PM Hosted by Grand Assembly and Grand Bethel. Enter to Win.
(Time Limit 4 minutes.)
 
MONETARY PRIZES: ($75.00/$50.00/$35.00) will be awarded for:
  • Most Members present 1st, 2nd, & 3rd
  • Most New Members initiated today 1st, 2nd, 3rd
  • Talent Contest 1st, 2nd, 3rd
     

Dance Attire: 

  • LADIES: NICE DRESSES, SKIRTS WITH DRESSY TOPS 
  • GENTLEMEN:  SLACKS AND DRESS COLLARED SHIRTS

(NO MINI SKIRTS, TANK TOPS, SHORTS OR CUT-OFFS, NO JEANS)

ALL PARTICIPANTS: Order of DeMolay, Job's Daughters, and Rainbow Girls must be chaperoned at a ratio of 1 adult to 5 members. To be awarded prizes your group must register at the time of arrival.

REFRESHMENTS will be served during the dance. Any meals are ON YOUR OWN. Questions? Paul Blackburn 503-618-9494

Questions Regarding Facilities contact Wayne Metz 541-401-4422



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