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Jobie To Bee

The Jobie To Bee program is for girls ages nine and younger who are not yet old enough to join Job’s Daughters. They make friends, learn to work together and have fun! They usually meet less frequently and have a good time with other girls who intend to join Job’s Daughters too. The members of… Read more »

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History

Job’s Daughters has a rich heritage and tradition. The group was founded in 1920 to provide an opportunity for young women to work together, to learn about themselves and to help others. Job’s Daughters is open to girls ages 10 to 20 who have a Masonic Relationship (through either a relative or sponsorship). We do… Read more »

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Arizona Job’s Daughters Camp Out

 Arizona Job’s Daughters Camp Out Daughters participate in leadership training, fun and skits for the evening program.   The evening program includes a fun mascot auction, talent show-skits, songs and camp out smores.  Daughters can earn awards, enjoy seeing their friends from different Bethels and have a weekend together as Arizona Job’s Daughters. 

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Job’s Daughters Scholarships

Scholarships are available to aid Job’s Daughters of outstanding ability who have a sincere desire to further their education.  Young women can qualify for various scholarships that are offered on a state and national level. Details will be posted about the 2021 Scholarships shortly. Here is the link for national scholarships: https://jobsdaughtersinternational.org/scholarships/     

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2021 Arizona HIKE Event

The HIKE Fund Inc. Each year Arizona Job’s Daughters plans a HIKE event to raise money for The  HIKE Fund Inc. Details about the 2021 HIKE Event will be posted soon!  The HIKE Fund, Inc. (The Hearing Improvement Kids Endowment Fund). This is the official philanthropic fund of Job’s Daughters. The purpose of HIKE is to provide… Read more »

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Arizona Job’s Daughters Community Involvement

Arizona Job’s Daughters actively volunteer to make their community a better place.  Giving to others teaches us to be generous in our lives and that our generosity benefits our Job’s Daughters as well as those around us.  They participated at the Scottish Highland Games by entertaining children and helping out with the El Zaribah Shrine Temple.