Bethel 35 Bel Air, Maryland

                                                        

                                                            

Welcome to Bethel 35 of  Bel Air, MAryland

 
What is Job's Daughters?

 The organization was founded as The Order of Job's Daughters by Ethel T. Wead Mick in Omaha, Nebraska, on October 20, 1920. The purpose of the organization is to band together young women and strives to build character through moral and spiritual development.

Job's Daughters help those who may not be able to help themselves. Through charity and service projects, we give back to the community.

Job's Daughters has many scholarships to offer its members, both on a statewide and an international level.

Whether it be at a meeting or on a roadtrip, Job's Daughters are always finding ways to have fun together. We also organize activities such as pizza parties, bowling, and dances.

In Job's Daughters, you will meet other young ladies from around the world, and make friendships that will last a lifetime
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What do Job's daughters Do?

Job's Daughters is an organization for young women just like you. We can help you learn important skills for life, such as leadership, organization, teamwork and self reliance. We work to help our community. We honor a rich tradition and heritage that has been a part of Job's Daughters since 1920. But most importantly, we want you to have fun doing the things you like to do.

Throughout the year, Job's Daughters plan and share a lot of fun activities. Arts and crafts, photography, sewing, and creative writing are just a few of the activities we enjoy. Also, girls participate in sports including soccer, softball, volleyball, swimming and bowling, and we like to sing and dance, too! Many of our local groups have competitions with awards and recognition for outstanding achievement.
You and your new friends in Job's Daughters play an important role in serving the community. Such as visiting hospitals and homes for the elderly to offer friendship to people who might be lonely and sad.
We have food drives and other activities to provide for the less fortunate.
Our charity, the Hearing Impaired Kid's Endowment (The HIKE Fund), provides hearing assistive devices for children in need. Our popular "hikes for HIKE," provide a special charitable service to our community. Our work with hearing-impaired children has led many of our groups, called Bethels, to learn sign language. We are proud to be "kids helping kids!"

Text is from SGC Form 307, available from the Supreme Office