Ashley Dabbs named Miss Wisconsin Job’s Daughter 2015-2016

Ashley Dabbs

Ashley Dabbs

Ashley Dabbs, age 17, a Wilmot High School senior and member of Bristol Bethel No. 79 of Job’s Daughters International, won the title of Miss Wisconsin Job’s Daughter 2015-2016 in a statewide contest on Saturday, Aug. 22.

She completed a written test, recited memorized materials of Job’s Daughters and extemporaneously answered questions, winning the crown over other finalists from Burlington, Milwaukee and Brookfield.

Dabbs received recognition for highest score on the written test and highest ritual score.

Payton Campbell of Burlington received the Congeniality award.

As Miss Wisconsin Job’s Daughter, Ashley will be responsible for the promotion of the organization throughout Wisconsin. Dabbs will also be expected to compete in the Miss International Job’s Daughter competition in Grand Rapids, Michigan next August representing Wisconsin. Job’s Daughters is one of the many activities that Ashley is involved with where she serves as Librarian of her local Bethel, she is Grand Bethel 4th Messenger and on the Supreme level is a representative to California. Ashley is also a member of Wilmot High School’s National Champion Academic Decathlon team, Key Club, Student Council and band. She is also involved in 4H on a variety of levels and serves as a member of Youth in Governance for Kenosha County 2015-2016. Ashley is the daughter of Mike Dabbs and Sherri Arnold.

Founded in 1920, Job’s Daughters International is a leadership youth organization for young women ages 10-20. Membership in Job’s Daughters enables girls to learn valuable skills such as leadership, responsibility, public speaking skills, and develop confidence, good character and , moral and spiritual values. Centered around the values of fairness, honesty, equality and respect, Job’s Daughters offers qualities that young women want and need all while having fun and making life-long friendships. Members perform service projects to help their community and the less fortunate. This organization actively supports the Hearing Impaired Kids Endowment (HIKE) Fund, which purchases hearing assistive devices for hearing impaired children. Members also take part in activities such as trips to Noah’s Ark, dances, picnics, slumber parties and marching in parades.


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