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Membership Eligibility

Girls between the ages of ten and twenty who are direct descendants of a Master Mason, adopted by law, step-daughters, step-granddaughters, sisters, half-sisters, step-sisters, sisters-in-law, nieces, grandnieces, or first or second cousins of a Master Mason or so related to his wife or widow or who are daughters of Majority Members are eligible for membership.  This prerequisite ties the IOJD closely to the family of organizations based on Masonic relationship.  

Each active member in good standing, upon becoming twenty years of age, or married and under that age, will become a Majority Member, and will immediately receive gratis a certificate of Majority Membership and will be entitled to receive the Majority degree at such time as may be convenient.  She will be entitled to all the rights and privileges of an active member except voting and holding office and will be exempt from further payment of dues.  

For further information contact Bethel Guardian, at (907)-344-6475  e-mail: Mrs. Susan Anderson.  

If you are outside of Alaska and would like more information concerning a Bethel in your area, please e-mail IOJD at or call (402) 592-7987.

In all the Land there were no women found so fair as the Daughters of Job!

International Order of Job’s Daughters is a 501 (c)(3) organization.  Federal

Income and estate tax laws encourage charitable gifts and bequests by allowing

Tax deductions for the full value of your gift.  Consult your attorney and tax advisor.


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