No. 1 is for young women just like you!
We can help you learn important skills needed throughout your
life. You will learn
leadership, organizational skills along with how to work as a team,
making friends and building confidence along the way while having
fun in the process.
Daughters in Alaska
are active all year round. Bethel
No.1 Jobies do community service such as; making blankets for
shelters, cleaning parks and assisting at functions for community
organizations in their fund raising endeavors.
When not engaged in community service activities they have
dances, roller skating parties, pizza parties and the like.
Oh, that’s not all they do though!
They get to travel a bit, doing ceremonies at public
installations, Masonic Lodges and Concordant bodies throughout the
state when requested.
Jobies started a penny drive that has caught on nationally and is
now a yearly event for the IOJD. Yes,
Bethel No.1 is a small Bethel
that does big things! Our
charity is the HIKE, or better known as the Hearing Impaired Kid’s
Endowment. The fund
provides hearing assistive devices for children in need.
If you know of a child in need, please contact Mrs. Susan
if you like meeting new friends, doing fun things, helping others,
the Job’s Daughters Bethel No. 1 is a great place to start.
further information, please contact Mrs.
Susan Anderson, Bethel Guardian