Thu, 08/16/2012 - 01:13 -- rmorenc
Give My Regards to Broadway
Theater Masks, Playbills, and Music Notes
Rainbow Yoo Hoos
Fabulous Pink, Popping Purple, Gleaming Gold, Sparkling Silver
There could never be a more beautiful YOU
"The Lord doesn't see things the way you see them. People judge by outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart." 1 Samuel 16:7
State Charity Project:
Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children
State Membership Project:
Boston RaeNeil White was born in McKinney, Texas on January 31, 1993. Boston lives in Princeton with her mother, Michelle White. As a 2011 graduate of Princeton High School, Boston was involved with Choir, Theater and Drama. She received several UIL honors for acting.
Boston currently attends Collin College where she has begun her dream of working with children with learning disabilities as an Early Education Teacher. During her first year in College, she has been very involved with the ROC (Real Options for Women) Organization.
Along with Rainbow and school activities, Boston is extremely involved in her church, First United Methodist Church in Blue Ridge. She has been a dedicated member of the choir, youth group and has lead the music for Vacation Bible School in addition to preaching sermons. Boston has been on several mission trips and is constantly sharing her talents and love for music with her Church.
Boston is a fifth generation to the Masonic family and she is extremely proud of her Masonic Heritage. Her Grandfather, Raymond Wright was a founding member of Princeton Masonic Lodge and both her Grandparents were charter members of Princeton OES where she and her Mom are now members.
Rainbow has been Boston’s first love since her initiation into Plano Assembly #320 on September 26, 2006. She held the stations of Chaplain, Faith, Hope Charity, WAA and back to back terms as Worthy Advisor in 2008. Boston would like all Rainbow Girls to know that your journey does not end in your Assembly; that if you dream and work hard, all things are possible.
At Grand Assembly in 2009, Boston was honored to receive her first Grand Appointment as Grand Confidential Observer and Grand Representative to Nevada. Boston was also awarded with her Grand Cross of Color. The following year at Grand Assembly in Wichita Falls, Boston’s dream continued as she was elected to Grand Faith. During the ensuing year, she had the distinct privilege to guide more than 32 girls around the Assembly room as they stated their Rainbow journey.
Grand Assembly in 2011 was filled with excitement for Boston as she was elected to Grand Worthy Associate Advisor. In Waco on June 24, 2012, Boston drew nearer to her Pot of Gold as she was delighted, honored and humbled to be installed as Grand Worthy Advisor for the Grand Assembly of Texas.
Boston wishes to share her love of Rainbow to all the girls of Texas and beyond.
“THERE COULD NEVER BE A MORE BEAUTIFUL YOU!”