Bethel No. 4 Job’s Daughters installs new officers, prepares for Grand Session

Officers pose following their installation ceremony. Pictured not in order are Honored Queen Jessyka Eshelman, Senior Princess Emma Dowhower, Chaplain Grace Tanner, First Messenger Kaylen Hansen, Third Messenger Jayna Schultz, Fifth Messenger Sierra Dowhower, Bethel Guardian Amy Sabatka and associate Bethel Guardian Doug Hoffman.

Bethel No. 4 Job’s Daughters hosted their Installation of Officers June 2 at the North Platte Masonic Center.

Honored Queen Jessyka Eshelman selected a “light your path” installation.

Eshelman, daughter of Cynnamon Gale, is serving the Bethel as honored queen for the next 6 months, but also as grand officer for the state of Nebraska in a few weeks.

Eshelman’s installing officers were Emma Dowhower, installing guide; McKenna Eshelman, installing marshal; Michelle Dowhower, installing chaplain; Erin Struebing, installing recorder; Robin Brown, installing musician; and Samantha Walters. Gale served as mistress of ceremonies.

Bethel Guardian Amy Sabatka and associate Bethel Guardian Doug Hoffman opened the afternoon ceremony with family and guests. As they entered, the officers were introduced in their new office. Installed were Honored Queen Eshelman, Senior Princess Dowhower, Chaplain Grace Tanner, First Messenger Kaylen Hansen, Third Messenger Jayna Schultz and Fifth Messenger Sierra Dowhower.

The annual Grand Session will run June 26-29 at the Younes Event Center, Kearney. Members from North Platte will be participating in speech, arts and crafts, and music competitions. Eshelman and Emma Dowhower will represent Grand Bethel as fifth messenger and librarian, respectively, as they assist at the meeting.

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