Yesterday, I wrote about the
Job’s Daughters is an organization for young women, age 10 to 20. They must have a relationship to a Mason by blood, marriage or law. My daughters were Girls Scouts - there was not a Job's Daughters Bethel within reasonable distance. This year, I have had more contact with the members of Job's Daughters than I have had previously. This is a great organization that deserves our continued and expanded support.
The Vision of Minnesota Job's Daughters is found at their website, and is worth printing here:
In our Vision – Membership provides a safe haven to Job’s Daughters, where they may find acceptance and develop life long friendships.
In our Vision – Opportunities enable Daughters to develop life skills in leadership, team work, patriotism, social awareness, self worth, integrity and interaction with people of all ages.
In our Vision – Life experiences passed on by adults, who are a continuing asset, enrich and enlighten the Daughters and other adults.
In our Vision – Understanding of Freemasonry, continually promoted by Master Masons, provides the Daughters and other Job’s Daughters adults with a fuller understanding and appreciation of their Masonic heritage.