Hi everyone, I hope you’re having a good September and your school year is off to a great start! My name Sarah Korducki, and I am honored to be your 2019-2020 Miss Wisconsin Job’s Daughter. Here are some fun facts about me. I’m 18 and a senior at Burlington High School. This is my 4th year being on my school’s varsity football dance team and competition dance team and I’ve been dancing since I was 3 years old. I love animals, llamas are my favorite. I love music and am in my school acapella choir and have sung at the Grand Ole Opry. A crazy fact about me is that I have a very specific sticker phobia.
My journey in Job’s Daughters started over 11 years ago when my sister joined. I was 7 years old and I would follow her around everywhere and couldn’t wait to join when I was 10. Eventually, that time came and now I have held many stations, but my favorite station is Chaplain. My theme this year is “The Sky is Not the Limit if There are Footprints On the Moon.” My flower this year is the sunflower and of course my animal is the Llama.
Many things are different from what they used to be in Job’s Daughters, including numbers, traveling, and enthusiasm. A lot of the time we only do the minimum we are required to do, or we feel limited in what we are able to do. The sky isn’t the limit, and I want to encourage all of you to not limit yourselves and to break through the minimum. Let your dreams of what Job’s Daughters can be come true. Travel, make new friends, try new things and activities. Challenge yourselves. I want all girls to experience the unlimited amount of fun and memories I was blessed to experience. YOU are Job’s Daughters, so make the best of it.
I am excited to see everyone around the state and see familiar faces but also new ones. If anyone ever has any questions or need help in promotion I am always here to help and give suggestions. My contact information is down below. I hope to see everyone travel and make the 100th year the best one yet!
Happy Fall to my Jobie Family,
I can’t believe Fall is already here. As I travel the state I have noticed the colors are changing, and the cold and rainy weather is here. I hope that all of our Bethels are traveling and supporting other Bethels when needed. That is what our sisterhood is all about as Job’s Daughters begins to celebrate its 99th birthday.
I have been so happy to travel to other Bethels these past 2 month for Friends Days, Initiations and just regular meetings. I have had a great time meeting our newest members and helping other Bethels by filling stations. I even had the pleasure to take part in a to-bee-ceremony at Bethel 21. I love the sash she received and want one so bad.
Please continue to let me know if you need help with any promotional events and meetings. I would love to help if possible.