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Local Job's Daughters organization celebrating Founders Week


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Bethel 12 Job's Daughters gather at the pond in Sidney's Legion Park for a day of fun. Pictured, from left, are: Chelsea Malson, Chantel Malson, Sarinda Bateman, Jodelle Schulte, Saydi Schanemann and Dakota Randles.

It is Founders Week for Job's Daughters, a local leadership organization connected to Eastern Star, Demolay, Rainbow Girls and the Masons.

Founded in 1920 by Mrs. Ethel T. Wead Mick, the civic organization raises funds and awareness for the Hearing Impaired Kids Endowment among other projects.

Young ladies aged 10 to 20 can join the secret society, according to Betty Schulte, local Bethel 12 Guardian, and members are eligible for state and national scholarships.

"We will sign a proclamation with the mayor at Larsen's Jewelry Store declaring this week, which is Founders Week," Schulte said....

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