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About Job's Daughters


Founded in 1920 by Mrs. Ethel T. Wead Mick, Job's Daughters International is an organization of young women with members in the United States, Canada, Australia, the Philippines and Brazil. Members have fun together at activities such as swimming parties, dances, family picnics, slumber parties, miniature golf, marching in parades and so much more. In Job's Daughters you will make new friends that will last a lifetime.

Job's Daughters perform service projects to help their community and the less fortunate. They actively support the Hearing Impaired Kids Endowment (HIKE) Fund, which purchases hearing assistive devices for hearing impaired children.  

Job's Daughters members can qualify for various scholarships offered on a provincial and national level. The young ladies also gain valuable leadership experience, serve as part of a team, and learn democratic principles as they run their own meetings, decide their own activities, and plan events.

Job's Daughters International offers the qualities that today's young women want and need from organizations that earn their commitment: fun, friendship, helping others and the chance to learn organizational and leadership skills.


Masonic Heritage

Job's Daughters International is the only International Organization for girls that requires its members to have a relationship to a Master Mason.

Chemainus Lodge - Job's Daughters 

Each year Chemainus Lodge holds a barbeque in memory of R.W. Bro. Slim Pritchard.  The funds raised from this barbeque go to a scholarship bursary for Bethel 11, Job's Daughters. 

Bursary Presentation June 4, 2015

Bursary Presentation June 4, 2015

Marylin Pritchard, Mary Bourke and Rt. W. Bro Art Bossons presenting a bursary check to Mary Bourke.

Job's Daughters Bethel 11, Nanaimo

Job's Daughters Bethel 11, Nanaimo

Chemainus Lodge bursary presentation June 4, 2015

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