Join Job’s Daughters Today

Job’s Daughters is an organization created to unite girls who share the common bond of being related to a Master Mason. This enables them to learn leadership skills, organizational methods, and the importance of fulling individual responsibilities within a group. By planning their own activities the members have fun doing what they want to do and at the same time creating life lasting friendships. See for yourself what Job’s Daughters can do!

With members across all of Pennsylvania, Job’s Daughters offers you a limitless array of opportunities. If you are a young lady between the ages of 10 and 20, and would like more information on how you can join in the fun, be sure to talk to your parents and then e-mail the Grand Secretarywith your name and a contact email and we will do the rest.  Remember to tell your parents that you are interested in joining, and that someone will be contacting you soon to give you more information.

Not 10 years old yet?  Contact us about our Jobie To Bee program! This is a unique program designed especially for eight and nine year old girls who are looking forward to membership in Job’s Daughters. The Job’s Daughters to Bee program is an excellent way to increase membership.  Young girls at this age are full of enthusiasm for group activities. Parents – get them involved with a local Bethel at this age and then they can join when they reach age 10.

Currently a member and want to win prizes for signing petitions!  Check out the Membership incentive program for PA for 2012-13.

See Photos from the Wizard of Oz GBW!

Throughout Grand Bethel Weekend photos were taking all over Patton Campus. During Saturday’s festivities the girls had an opportunity to use a photo booth featuring all the characters from Wizard of Oz. Any of the photos here can be emailed if you would like a copy of your own. To get a copy just email paiojd@gmail.com! More stories from the weekend to follow soon!

2014-2015 Promotional Grant Form

The 2014-2015 Promotional Grant Application is now available online. You may access the .pdf right from this post or by clicking the “Resources” tab and finding “Promotional Grants.”

You can download the PDF here.

The Grand Guardian Council of PA is pleased to offer to each Bethel a grant for an activity that is promoting Job’s Daughters. All applications once received will get an email confirmation that the grant was submitted for review. Once a grant is approved, please allow at least two weeks minimum for turn around on the disbursement of the funds. Complete this application in full and email to Sarah Stains, at sarahstains@comcast.net. If you have any questions or concerns, you may call, 717-514-9106. If a grant is received, a follow up report must be completed. This report is to include up to three pictures and an explanation of what transpired for the activity. These pictures and information may get your featured on here or an upcoming state promotional activity! Please complete this report within 30 days of the activity.

We ask that the Honored Queen or Senior Princess be involved in this process and then complete the forms. This will give them an opportunity to learn a new skill!

If you have any questions about filling out this form please contact, Rebecca Conover at rag_mk@aol.com, or by 717-620-8075.

A PA Job’s Daughters Tradition

Autumn Days has always been a tradition for Jobie sisters around the state. Each year volunteers from various Bethels come to support PA Freemasons and their families. It is an opportunity to get the word out while offering activities for the younger children to do. This year and like many previous years we offered a coloring contest. The children gathered around the tables with their parents as they colored in various animals like an elephant, giraffe, and lion. The colored pieces are hung up for all to see as they walk by our Jobie tent. In the background you can hear our promotional video along with the sound of the famous Plinko board. This board, featuring the IOJD emblem along with the HIKE logo stands proudly at the front of our area. Children and adults alike step right up and play for the ultimate prize, free candy!