The Pleasanton Job’s Daughters Host Electronic Recycling Event
Original post made by Pleasanton Job's Daughters, Another Pleasanton neighborhood, on Mar 12, 2008
Job's Daughters International teaches ladies ages 10-20 years old important skills for life, such as leadership, organization, teamwork and self-reliance. Girls also learn a sense of community by participating in philanthropic projects. Job's Daughters engages in many philanthropic projects but it is especially known for having founded the Hearing Impaired Kid's Endowment (The HIKE Fund). The HIKE Fund provides assistive hearing devices for children in need.
The Pleasanton Job's Daughters also enjoy a priceless sisterhood with the other girls in the order. The girls engage in many fun and social activities including sleepovers, traveling, formal and informal dances, talent shows, sports such as basketball and bowling, camping, mystery trips and more.
Regular meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays at 7 PM at the Pleasanton Masonic Center. For membership information and a current calendar of events please contact Tamra Keen, Bethel Guardian at (925) 640-4599 or email@example.com.
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