Greetings Masonic Family and Friends!
Well, hello there, again, and happy April!  How’s everything going with you?  Fine.  Fine.  Good to hear.  We’re doing fine as well.  Correction.  We’re doing great!  Thanks for asking!  And, while we’re thinking about it, THANK YOU to all of the Masonic groups and individuals that continue to support our Daughters!  Whether it’s monetary donations, joining us at the Cortland Masonic Temple for a pancake breakfast, or just showing up and supporting the girls at events, your continued support is much appreciated!  Feeling motivated yet?  Great!  See what Bethel #49 has going on for the month of April and plan to mark your calendars to join us for one or more of our events!
Sunday, April 7: Job’s Daughters meeting at 3:00 pm at the Warren Masonic Temple. (Jobies-to-Be welcome!)
Saturday, April 20: Pageant and Supreme Visitation at Aladdin Shrine Temple at 7:00 pm
Sunday, April 21: Stated Meeting and Job’s-Daughters-to-Be meeting at the Warren Masonic Temple.  After the meeting we will be doing our monthly Temple cleaning to help make the building shine, so bring clothes you don’t mind getting dirty!
Friday, April 26 or Saturday, April 27: Fun Event: 7:00 pm at LaBrae High School.  Two of our lovely #49er’s are in the play, “Little Women”.  Please join us in supporting them.  $5.00 at the door!

Speaking of super important events, did you know that it isn’t too late for that special young lady in your life to join Job’s Daughters and join in all of this fun?  So, help us build your future by starting with the present and sponsor a young lady for membership!  It’s never too late to sign a petition!  Not quite sure she will like Job’s Daughters?  Not a problem!  We have many fun events where she can attend and meet the members and ask lots of questions!  We even have a Job’s Daughters-To-Be program (run by none other than Norma Brink herself!) for just such a special young lady!  Don’t miss out on this great opportunity for your youth!

For those of you not familiar with Job’s Daughters, we are a positive faith-based organization for girls between the ages of 10 and 20 that provides leadership, builds self-confidence, and allows girls to make lifelong friendships.  “Job’s Daughters’ mission is to create confident young women, respect tradition, and shape the future.  Our members learn invaluable skills that increase their confidence and prepare them to lead.  We teach girls to use their voice.” ( We welcome all Masons and members of any Masonic affiliated groups to attend our meetings!  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, Carrie Guesman, at (330) 219-0781, for more information or a petition!
Daughters and Adults of Bethel #49