Victoria Scherer of Mission Viejo will probably spend the next four months taking one step at a time as the Worthy Advisor of Infinity Assembly of the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls in Lake Forest.
The theme for her four-month term is "One Shoe Can Change A Girl’s World." Whether little steps or big, she has numerous service and fun projects planned for the members, including participation in a statewide service project to raise funds for the Barry R. Kirschner Wildlife Foundation in Butte County, attend a convention in Fresno, take a mystery trip, assist with a reading program at an elementary school, make Valentine’s Day cards for widows, make and deliver gifts to patients at Children’s Hospital of Orange County, and host a mother/daughter tea.
Victoria grew up in Mission Viejo and is currently a freshman at Cal State Fullerton, where she studies elementary education with a goal of becoming a kindergarten teacher.
Victoria was installed at an event Feb. 6 at the Saddleback Masonic Center.
She is a 2012 graduate of Capistrano Valley High School and enjoys singing, performing, baking and traveling. In her senior year at Capo, she held the lead role in the musical Footloose and received the Spirit of Cougar Award. She joined Rainbow in April, 2008. She currently serves all of California Rainbow as a Grand officer, holding the title of Grand Honorary Drill Leader and Representative to Washington, Idaho, Australia and the Orient Pacific.
Following are the names and offices of all the girls installed for this term:
- Victoria Scherer (Mission Viejo), Worthy Advisor
- Denise Sprimont (Foothill Ranch), Worthy Associate Advisor
- Miranda Salazar (Aliso Viejo), Charity
- Rebecca Okin (Laguna Niguel), Hope
- Taylor Thomas (Mission Viejo), Religion
- Emily Broman (San Juan Capistrano), Nature
- Gillian Okin (Laguna Niguel), Immortality
- Jennifer Salazar (San Juan Capistrano), Fidelity
- Audrey Rink (Laguna Hills), Service
- Rachel Snyder (Foothill Ranch), Chaplain
- Emily Gruenbeck (Mission Viejo), Confidential Observer
- Lauren Steury-Herrera (San Juan Capistrano), Drill Leader
- Tianna Breceda (Huntington Beach), Recorder
Infinity Assembly meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Saddleback Laguna Masonic Center in Lake Forest. For more information or to find out how to join, contact Mother Advisor Angie Thomas at email@example.com.
The International Order of Rainbow for Girls is a masonic youth service organization that prepares girls to be the leaders of tomorrow. Emphasis is placed on building self-confidence, respect, poise, patriotism, fidelity, integrity, and leadership skills, all while serving the community, having fun and making friendships. The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls is a nonprofit service organization for girls between ages 11 and 20. More information about the organization can be found at gocarainbow.org.