Job’s Daughters of Bethel #7 of Salem held their 152nd semi-annual installation of officers on Saturday, June 23, at the Pleasants Masonic Lodge #63, 622 W. Campbell Ave. in Roanoke.
A beautiful reception and dance following was held in the Kazim Temple Ballroom. The young ladies who will lead the local service organization, for the next six months, are: Honored Queen – Miss Lexi Bryson; Senior Princess – Miss Molly Chenault; Junior Princess – Miss Alyssa Porterfield; Guide – Miss Alexis Driggers; Marshal – Miss Morgan Morris; Librarian – Miss Allison Lloyd; Chaplain – Miss Eliza Bain; Treasurer – Miss Zoe Rickman; Recorder – Miss Angela Helms (Not Pictured); 1st Messenger – Miss Christina Collins (Not Pictured); 3rd Messenger – Miss Beka Bennet – (Not Pictured); and 4th Messenger – Miss Sandy Chang (Not Pictured).
Job’s Daughters is a positive, character-building organization for girls ages 10-19 that focuses on friendship, philanthropy and fun activities! Bethel #7 was founded on Nov. 7, 1935 and currently meets in Salem with members from the Roanoke Valley and beyond. Regular meetings take place on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 7 p.m. at the Taylor Masonic Lodge, 1200 Texas St. in Salem. For more information about Job’s Daughters in Salem, VA, contact Melissa Cornett, Bethel Guardian at 529-5925 or email Melinrke@aol.com.
– Submitted by Claude Slomczewski