Crestwood’s Job’s Daughters earn top honors

Crestwood's Job's Daughters earn top honors

Members of Bethel No. 49 of Crestwood of Job’s Daughters International recently came home from their annual state convention in Jefferson City with top competition honors. Pictured are Laura Stoessel, Elise Ardrey, Amanda Workes, Sarah Heath, Heather Wingbermuehle and Anna Stoessel. The girls took first place in two of the three group competitions: Sign Language, in which they signed to ‘The Rose,’ and the Ritual Team competition. They also won numerous individual honors. Past Honored Queens Anna Stoessel and Amanda Workes also were selected to serve as Grand Bethel representatives to Alaska/Washington and Alberta/Idaho, respectively. Bethel No. 49 meets on the second and fourth Mondays at the Crestwood-Euclid Masonic Temple in Crestwood. Job’s Daughters is a Masonic-related organization for girls ages 11 to 20.