Job's Daughters host dinners, fundraisers

 
Submitted by Lynne Casey

Bethel 98, Job's Daughters International, recently made and served dinner to Nunda Lodge No. 169 Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, the oldest fraternal organization in Crystal Lake, and hosted a fundraiser at the Culvers in Carpentersville.

Megan Curry is their Honored Queen this term, which has featured fun events as well a mystery trip and sleepover.

Emma Strong, their Senior Princess this term, is asking all to join her for the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of McHenry County on Saturday, June 8. Donations can also be made online at main.acsevents.org/goto/jobiesisters.

Job's Daughters helps develop young women into tomorrow's leaders through citizenship, leadership, charitable work, friendship and fun. It is open to all girls between the ages of 10 and 20.

If you are interested in joining this wonderful group of "sisters," who meet in Crystal Lake, or just want more information please contact Monica Kimsey at (847) 695-7155.

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