Job’s Daughters hosts pancake breakfast April 7

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Job’s Daughters Bethel 79 is hosting a pancake and sausage breakfast from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 7, at Washburn Masonic Lodge, 8102 199th Ave., Bristol.

The cost is $6 for adults, $4 for kids age 5-12 and kids age 5 and under are free. The cost includes all-you-can-eat pancakes. Additional sausage will be $1. Coffee, milk or juice is included.

Proceeds from the breakfast will go to the members’ travel fund, allowing members to travel to events around the state and country. Also offered will be an Easter-themed grab-bag to raise money for Job’s Daughters official charity, the HIKE Fund. Guests can purchase one plastic egg for 50 cents or three for $1. Inside the eggs is candy. If a Job’s Daughters logo is also inside the egg, the purchaser gets to pick a small prize.

HIKE stands for Hearing Impaired Kids Endowment, and is the official charity of Job’s Daughters. Funds raised will help buy equipment for hearing-impaired children.

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 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 the Web site: For information on how to join Job’s Daughters, contact Bethel Guardian Heather Gascoigne at


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