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Carley installed as Honored Queen of Job's Daughters

 

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Officers for Job's Daughters International, Bethel #25 for the Fall 2015 term are, from left: Lorien DeMasters, Kate Huson, Ginny Herboldsheimer, Autumn Hartwig, Janessa Carley, Jordan Cook, Jolene Oliverius, Raina Hartwig and Abby Heller. Not pictured are Josie Dowse and Amanda Beier.

Janessa Carley was recently installed as Honored Queen of Job's Daughters International, Bethel #25 for the Fall 2015 term. Other elected officers installed were: Senior Princess, Autumn Hartwig; Junior Princess, Jordan Cook; Guide, Josie Dowse; and Marshal, Ginny Herboldsheimer.

Appointed officers installed were: Chaplain, Raina Hartwig; Recorder, Amanda Beier; First Messenger, Lorien DeMasters; Second Messenger, Jolene Oliverius; Fourth Messenger, Kate Huson; and Fifth Messenger, Abby Heller.

Job's Daughters International is an organization for young women ages 10-20 who are related to...



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