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Job's Daughters have a successful fund raiser at Halloween dinner

Pictured left to right, back row, are Bethel 3 Daughters Recorder Zoey Zamantakis, Junior Princess Lauren Wilkinson, Musician Kylie Ockey, Marshal Katerina Mantas, Senior Princess Kaycee Gilson and Chaplain Kearston Hamblin. Front row, left to right, are Guide Kaysha Miller, Librarian Grace Zamantakis, Junior Custodian Fawn Powell, Third Messenger Sami Gibbs, and First Messenger Izabella Marshall.

Job's Daughters International Bethel 3 of Price held a Spooky Spaghetti Dinner on Friday, October 19, to raise money for their general travel fund. The meal was held at the Price Masonic temple.

The Daughters of Bethel 3 helped cook and serve spooky spaghetti, meatballs, salad and dessert to hungry dinner goers and cleaned up following the event with the assistance of parents and other family members. They were able to raise over $1000 for their efforts. Diners were encouraged to come dressed in their Halloween best, and many took the opportunity to do so.

Job's Daughters is an organization for young ladies between the ages of 10 and 20 which promotes good will, teaches public speaking, how to plan and run meetings and fundraisers, organize events and other charitable endeavors. They hold fun activities monthly, and also attend state-wide events where they are able to interact with Jobies from all over Utah. One of the biggest events is called Grand Sessions Rally, held every June, and the Daughters plan several fundraising events throughout the year in order to earn the money to attend this fun three-day weekend. The money earned at this spooky dinner will go towards sending the Daughters to this event as well as many other activities throughout the year.

They appreciate the support of the local community and look forward to seeing everyone at their next event.

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