Grand Worthy Advisor 2020-2021
Service ProjectsTHEME: Be Someone’s Hero
SYMBOLS: Super Heroes & Comic Books
COLORS: Red, Yellow, and Blue
SCRIPTURE: “When justice is done, it brings joy to the righteous but terror to evildoers.”
STATEWIDE SERVICE PROJECTS: St. Louis Crisis Nursery and Random Acts of Kindness
Random Acts of Kindness
Ever since I was a little kid, I have loved superheroes. As a child, I spent most of my time wishing I could be the one with “special” powers. I always admired the powers they had and how they always managed to save the day. I was infatuated with the idea that one day I could be a superhero. I would jump off my bed trying to fly. I would try to move my parent’s car while it was parked, I even once thought I could control the weather. It wasn’t until my teenage years, after my addiction to Superheroes had faded that I learned it is not about the powers someone possesses, but how they used their powers for the betterment of the people. Even though I never figured out how to get superpowers, I still tried to use what I had to help people. Actually, Rainbow was my guide into helping people and it really gave me that first step into service work. Whether it was going to the nursing home to play bingo, or even serving dinner at the Ronald McDonald house, I always found a passion for helping those who were in need. It really made me realize in the who scheme of life, anyone can Be Someone’s Hero.