Bethel 65 Attends Jobs Daughter HIKE

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Hailey Dell, Bella Mogg Sr., Jennifer Selock and Mike Kimbrell were treated like royalty at the Jobs Daughters HIKE at Jefferson Barracks Park.
Columbia Sister Cities President Ingrid Soraghan, center, displays a replica of the Gedern, Germany city crest that was given as a gift during the 25th anniversary sister cities visit this September. She accepts the crest from Gedern Sister Cities President Uwe Bergheimer and Miss Vulcania Anastasia Kraus.

Jobs Daughters Bethel 65 of Columbia attended the Missouri / Illinois HIKE (Hearing Improvement Kids’ Endowment) fundraiser held Sept. 20 at Jefferson Barracks Park. Honored Queen Hailey Dell won the first place medallion for Illinois with her donation of $1,550. Bethel 65 took home the first place trophy for raising the most money. The day also …

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