Job’s Daughters Bethel 79 open installation is Saturday

Ashley Dabbs /contributed photo

Ashley Dabbs /contributed photo

Job’s Daughters Bethel 79 will hold an open installation of officers at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 25, at Washburn Masonic Temple, 8102 199th Ave., Bristol.

Ashley Dabbs, daughter of Sherri Arnold and Mike Dabbs of Wheatland, will be installed as Honored Queen. Other officers to be installed are Alleya Ingram as Senior Princess and Victoria Menken as Recorder.

The installation is open to the public and there will be refreshments and a reception after the ceremony.

Job’s Daughters is an organization for young women ages 10 to 20. Members learn important skills that benefit them now as well as in the future, such as leadership, organization, teamwork, public speaking and self-reliance in a fun, educational and uplifting environment. The lessons of Job’s Daughters are taught around the framework of respect for parents and home, loyalty to flag and country and reverence for God. For more information on Job’s Daughters, visit  http:// www.jobsdaughtersinternational.org. For information on how to join Job’s Daughters, contact Bethel Guardian Sherri Arnold at slarnold@tds.net

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