Grand Session 2019 Registration
The 2019 Registration is now available! Deadline is February 15, 2019.
Grand Treasurer position
This is to advise that the position of Grand Treasurer will be open for election at this coming Grand Session in March 2019.
Kelly Conley has advised the executive GGC that due to personal reasons she is not able to let her name stand to be re-elected. I want to thank Kelly for all the hours and work she has put into the jurisdiction for the last 4 years.
If anyone is interested in this position and has any questions, please contact Kelly or any of the executive GGC and we would be happy to answer them.
Thank you for your continued support of our organization!
Allison Reed, Grand Guardian
BC Job’s Daughters
Hotel Raffle Tickets
Do you dream of your Grand Session hotel room only costing $10??? Well, dreams can come true!!
Your GGC is thrilled to announce our newest fundraiser. We are raffling off a $500 gift certificate to the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel!! This is our Grand Session hotel for 2019.
Tickets are 5 for $10 and will be available for sale from September 23rd to November 17th . The draw will take place in Chilliwack at the Supreme visit on November 17th
GGC executive ladies will have tickets with us on our travels and at AJW. Tickets can also be sold to the non Jobie public, as the gift
certificate can be used at any time, by anyone. Purchase your 5 tickets for $10 soon, so that you can enjoy your room at Grand Session 2019.
Questions to Donna Purych Grand Guide, or e-transfers to email@example.com.
Clara Clark Supreme 1500TC Sheets, Memory Foam pillow, and Mattress cover
Constitution & Bylaw Reform Panel
CAV Renewal Application – Important Changes
Reason for Request: VOLUNTEER
Organization requesting search: JOB’S DAUGHTERS
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As always I am just an email, text or message away. Please contact me if you have any further questions.
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This is a sad day for the current Daughter and Adults involved with the Bethel and they have made admirable effort to rebuild the Bethel to no avail. There will be a tea to celebrate Bethel #25 at their Masonic Hall and the date will be announced when confirmed.
Kelowna is a growing and vibrant community and I believe Job’s Daughters is still relevant and viable in this city. With the closing of the Bethel, there is opportunity to form a committee of committed Adults who can take this time to work with the GGC and develop a plan for reinstitution. It can be done. If you are one of those adults, please contact me to express your interest in being part of this group