Job's Daughters Int.

Job's Daughters International
What is Job's Daughters?
Job's Daughters was founded in 1920. Job's Daughters is an organization of young women between the ages of 10 and 20 and have a Masonic Heritage. We do not follow any specific religion, but do require that our members have a belief in God. 

Job's Daughters was founded by Mrs. Ethel T. Wead Mick in Omaha, Nebraska. The organization takes its name from the Book of Job, and in particular to the 42nd Chapter and 15th Verse that says, "And in all the land were no women found so fair as the Daughters of Job; and their Father gave them inheritance among their brethren."

The Officers wear traditional Grecian robes, symbols of democracy and equality. All other members wear dresses or skirts to meetings. Our meetings are held  twice a month and our programs are planned and conducted by the members with the help of adult volunteers. 

Job's Daughters is a self-governing group. Each Bethel elects an Honored Queen and other Officers to help lead them for a six-month term. The Honored Queen and Officers help to run the meeting and to take care of other businesses such as keeping track of spending and finances, planning different events like fund raising, social activities and fun activities. All of this we do with the guidance of our adult volunteers.

As a Job's Daughter, you have the opportunity to travel and to meet girls from other states and other lands. :)

What I Learned?
* Self-Reliance 
*How to run a Meeting
*Planning our own Events
*Serving on a Team
*Helping Others
*Working Together
*Audience Speaking
*Community Service

Offices I Held:
*2nd Messenger
*Marshall (*2) 

*Junior Princess (*2)
*Senior Princess (*2)
*Honored Queen
*Jobie of the Term (*3 or 4)
*Grand Bethel Senior Custodian

Job's Daughters International

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