Installation of Officers
July 11th, 2020
Val Riewe, Grand Guardian
Bryan Collier, Associate Grand Guardian
Theme: Learn, Live, Build
Colors: Purple, White, & Silver
Emblems: Clocks & Eagles
Watchwords: Learn from the past, Live for the present, Plan for the future
Scripture: “And in all the land, there we not women found so fair as the Daughters of Job, and their father gave them inheritance among their brethren.”
1359 S 96th Street
West Allis, WI 53214
Associate Grand Guardian
1415 Quincy Avenue
Racine , WI 53405
We would like to thank all of you for virtually tuning in this afternoon. It means so much to us to have your support for the adults and members of Wisconsin Job’s Daughters.
There are so many people to thank for so many things. We are especially grateful for everyone who helped make this virtual event happen! We are so appreciative of each and every one of you who have agreed to be part of a committee and volunteer your time for this year.
A special thank you to all those who have committed to serving on a Bethel Council for a year.
Having strong adults working together not only affects the growth of a Bethel, it affects the growth of the Daughters into strong women ready to contribute to a stronger society.
Our focus for this year will be on building leadership with our Daughters and Adults as well as promotion and engagement. We will continue to work together to strategically plan for growth and a positive environment for Wisconsin Job’s Daughters.
This year, we will celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Job’s Daughters. We will work to learn from the past, live in the future, and build for the future.
Val Riewe, Grand Guardian
Bray Collier, Associate Grand Guardian
2020-2021 Grand Officers
Installation of the 2020-2021 Grand Officers
Associate Grand Guardian at the Altar
Grand Guardian at the Altar
Associate Grand Guardian’s Address
Grand Guardian’s Address
Presentation of Collar and Jewels
2020-2021 Youth HIKE Coordinator
Grand Officers 2020-2021
Wisconsin Job’s Daughters is a positive and fun environment where we practice respect and compassion, build confidence and develop leaders.
To be the premier organization for young girls and women to establish lasting relationships, improve society through patience and faith, and build leaders with self-confidence, integrity, virtue and strength.
The purpose of Job’s Daughters International is to promote friendship among young women. It gives members the foundation on which to build the qualities needed to become contributing partners of society through personal growth.
Membership enables them to learn leadership skills, organizational methods and the importance of fulfilling opportunities for young women to develop confidence, good character, life-long friendships, moral and spiritual values and leadership abilities, all in a fun-filled, safe environment.
If you know of a young girl between the ages of 9-19 who could benefit from membership in Job’s Daughters, please contact a local Bethel or the Promotion Chair, Joshua Riewe.
Job’s Daughters International:
Wisconsin Job’s Daughters:
Josh Riewe – Promotion Chair: