Greetings Masonic Family and Friends!
Can you believe it is July already?! Seriously! Where did half a year go so soon?! Want to know what we have been up to and what we are going to be doing this month? Well, let’s talk about the fun and exciting things we did this past month. If you missed out on our Sunday, June 5th Open Installation of Officers then you missed out on a good time! First-time Honored Queen, Courtney W. chose a Harry Potter theme for her term this year. If you have seen the movies, then you would agree that the decorations were phenomenal to transport you back in time to everything Harry Potter. Congratulations to Courtney and may you have an amazingly successful tern!
Let’s see….what else happened in June….think….think… Oh yes! Grand Session! We did business as usual, but with a flare of excitement! Two of our very own Daughters are Grand Bethel Officers this year! Congratulations to Courtney W. who is Grand Bethel Junior Princess and our H.I.K.E. Representative (Hearing Improvement Kids Endowment fund) and…..hold onto your socks…..for the first time since 1997, our Bethel will be represented by Charlotte G. as GRAND BETHEL HONORED QUEEN!!!!! How awesome and amazing is that? Double high five, fist bump, and two thumbs up for both of these ladies as they continue onto the next amazing journey that Ohio Job’s Daughters has in store for them!
Curious as to what we will be doing in July besides our Schools of Instruction and Supreme Session? Well, on Sunday, July 10 at 10:00 am our Bethel will be traveling to the Causeway (State Route 88) at Mosquito Lake State Park and giving back to their community by volunteering their time picking up garbage. What better way to help then to beautify an area that everyone can enjoy? Please call our Bethel Guardian, Angela Maselli, if you are interested in joining us!
Other than that, we plan on staying cool during this super-hot month. But, not to worry because we will be back in meeting status in September! Just in case you aren’t familiar with us, Job’s Daughters’ mission is to create confident young women, respecting tradition, and shaping the future. Our members learn invaluable skills that increase their confidence and prepare them to lead. We teach girls to use their voice. We also have a Jobie-2-Be program for any girl age 7 to 9 or any other age that is interested in learning more about Job’s Daughters. For a full list of what we do each month, please contact our Bethel Guardian, Angela Maselli (330) 612-3092, for more information or a petition!
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