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Red Flannel Festival presents community share check to Job’s Daughters

N-Jobs-DaughtersThe Red Flannel Festival Board of Directors presented a $750 check to the non-profit group Job’s Daughters, on Monday, November 18.

Job’s Daughters has a rich heritage and tradition. The group was founded in 1920 to provide an opportunity for young women to work together, to learn about themselves and to help others. It is open to girls ages 10 to 20 who have a Masonic Heritage. For over 90 years, Job’s Daughters has been actively promoting friendship and service. The local chapter of Job’s Daughters and their families donated two weekends to the Red Flannel Festival in the RFF Community Share Program.  This strong group of volunteers assisted the Red Flannel 5K Run/Walk and the Giant Arts and Crafts Show. They also made an appearance in the Red Flannel Festival Parade.

 

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