Bethel 3 brings awards back to Price
The Daughters of Bethel 3 of Price, International Order of Job's Daughters, have a lot to be excited about.
They attended the 2011 Grand Sessions Rally held at the Provo Marriott on June 23-26, and came back with a fistful of awards.
Grand Sessions is held every June and is attended by Job's Daughters from all over the state of Utah. During the three days there are a wide variety of activities, including business meetings, ritual and fun song competitions, swim party and barbecue, workshops, drill competition and more.
It gives the Daughters a chance to meet and mingle with other Utah bethels and have a lot of fun and laughter while doing it.
Bethel 3 of Price was proud to bring home a number of awards, including third place in ritual song and 1st place in novelty drill.
They performed their novelty drill to Justin Bieber's "Need Somebody to Love" which was choreographed by Past Honored Queen Megan Dayley of Helper. The drill was deemed worthy of first place by the panel of judges. The Daughters wore matching black tee shirts with "Find Me Somebody To Love" in purple on the front, and JD Bethel 3 Rally 2011 on the back, white gloves, jeans, fun socks, baseball caps, backpacks and they carried purple fans.
Ritual song was performed in bethel robes, and the ritual song "How Great Thou Art" was drawn from out of three possibilities to sing. The Daughters performed this song a cappella and scored well enough to tie for third place.
For fun song the Daughters chose "Imagine" by John Lennon, and they were accompanied beautifully on the piano by Daughter Katerina Mantas of Wellington.
Also bringing home awards were Lauren Wilkinson with first and second place medals in photography, Kaycee Gilson with two second place medals in ceramics, and Sami Gibbs with second place medals in drawing and painting.
Attending 2011 Grand Sessions Rally were Honored Queen Kylie Ockey, Guide Kaycee Gilson, Marshal Lauren Wilkinson, Chaplain Katerina Mantas, First Messenger Sami Gibbs, Third Messenger Leah Kinnick, and Recorder/PHQ Megan Dayley, along with majority members Raelynne Colton and Carrie Fleck, and the members of the Bethel Guardian Council.