Day 1: September 23, Friday
On September 23, Friday, Manitoba Job's Daughters held the Formal Opening of their Annual Fall Assembly. Representatives of the various Bodies of the Masonic Family were in attendance to support the Jobies. In this picture, MEC Bill Cooper, Grand First Principal of the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of Manitoba, and Jared Lapiña, Master Councilor of Winnipeg Chapter, Order of DeMolay, are being received and presented by Manitoba Job's Daughters Provincial Guardian Valerie Webster and Associate Provincial Guardian Doug Webster.
Illustrious Sir Gary Saunders, Potentate/CEO of Khartum Shriners and Queen Darlene Brooks, Sphinx Temple No 116, Daughters of the Nile were also received and presented.
Entrance and presentation of the flags of Canada, the U.S.A., Australia, Philippines, Brazil, Manitoba and Job's Daughters International.
The Jobies performed a very touching Necrology Service
Provincial Guardian Valerie Webster and Provincial Associate Guardian Doug Webster announce the winners of the Scholarship Awards.
PJG Lindsey Lorteau presents the Past Bethel Associate Guardian pin to her husband, VWB Denis Lorteau. The pin was formerly used by the late MWB George Forzley.
Bethel #9 Guardian Dana Homenick presented the Barb Forzley Award of Excellence to Kelsey Fierback
The Jobies listening intently
to the proceedings
MC Jared Lapiña giving greetings on behalf of DeMolay
The Jobies posing for pictures after the Meeting.
3 Queens - L to R: Miss Manitoba JD Kelsey Fierback; Queen Darlene Brooks, HQ, Sphinx Temple No 116, Daughters of the Nile; Miss Minnesota JD Kellie Seberson.
Following are pictures at the refreshment hour.
It was the start of a weekend of fun for the Jobies. They had fun events at the hotel.
Day 2: September 24, Saturday
The Miss Manitoba Job's Daughter and Little Sister Pageant was held on the following evening, September 24, Saturday.
Some of the Jobies participated in the Talent Contest. Jerilyn Bulaong wowed everyone with her wonderful singing and won the contest.
Jessie Sarmiento was crowned as Miss Manitoba Job's Daughter Little Sister for 2011/2012.
Julie Anne Navea was crowned Miss Manitoba Job's Daughter for 2011/2012.
With Miss Minnesota JD Kellie Seberson
Picture taking after the Pageant
Two Sister Miss Job's Daughters: (L) Kellie Seberson and (R) Julie Anne Navea
Provincial Guardian Doug Webster with Jobie Irene Baek.
All in all, it was a very wonderful evening of an excellent weekend.