Above photo: Bernie, also known as Jr. Miss Indiana for Job’s Daughters, served shakes for The HIKE (Hearing Improvement Kid’s Endowment) Fund Inc. at the Carmel #421 chili cook-off. Her goal is to raise over $1000 for HIKE before her Jr. Miss term ends in August. The shakes were available in Chocolate, Vanilla, and Strawberry flavors and were topped with whipped cream, cherries, and sprinkles. When the chili became too spicy, Bernie and her sister Josie, who is the current Jr. Princess of Bethel #68, happily served these refreshing beverages. It was a delightful evening filled with great food and fun for everyone. Carmel #421 Past Master Neil Larsen Anger celebrated his triumph by indulging in a shake from Bernie, which he declared to be the best shake of the night. Neil’s name will be etched onto the Pepper Plaque of Pride for many years to come.


Job's Daughters meets on the Second and Fourth Mondays of every month and is open to young women ages 10 - 20.  Contact Samantha Schultz, Bethel Guardian for more information. 317.789.5159 or [email protected]  You can also visit the Indiana Job's Daughters web page @ www.injdi.org


Who We Are:

Job’s Daughters International is where shy girls turn into confident young women. Our members grow alongside their peers and find their voice in a safe and supportive environment. The girls lead themselves and plan their own activities, learning teamwork and problem solving along the way.

Job's Daughters Mission:

Our mission is centered on supporting the next generation of leaders. Our Founder had a radical idea in 1920 to create an organization just for girls. We honor her legacy by continuing to support our members in breaking boundaries. No goal is too big – we’ll just teach you how to get there.