I was a Rainbow Girl, and very recently too. I had a lot more fun in Rainbow than in the Girl Scouts. I enjoyed it because it gave me a chance to be a leader and learn things that I don't think I could learn anywhere else. Yes, the values are a little old-fashioned sounding, but I personally know many girls who have just blossomed under it. Skimming through earlier replies, I noticed a lot of talk about rules. Yes, there are rules, but they are very good rules that will help you succeed in life. Dress modestly and nicely, show respect to people in authority, love and serve God, attend church regularly, honor and serve your country. Ok, some of the rules seem a little pointless, I'll admit (Rainbow Girls can't wear too much black, for example), but as a whole they are good values that quite frankly, are not taught much to teenage girls today. I loved Rainbow and served as a Grand Officer for several years. In school and in Girl Scouts, I was an outcast. But in Rainbow, I was accepted. Rainbow also taught me how to be able to get up in front of people and talk, something that many adults are afraid to do. Thanks to Rainbow, I have no stage fright when giving a big speech. Plus, it helped me to learn about my faith in ways that I had never thought of before. I'd be happy to answer any questions that anyone may have about this wonderful organization!
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