Librarian’s teach important lessons in our Bethel. Their duty is “to encourage a desire for good literature, arts and sciences”. Our goals this year are to show the many varied ways Librarian’s Reports can be given, and to ‘report’ on our wonderful organization. There are 6 projects to work on throughout this Supreme Guardian Council year. At the end of the year, we are hoping to be able to compile all of the wonderful work done by the daughters, and share their fabulous ideas! We will be spotlighting some of the submitted projects on Facebook.
See the due dates at the bottom of each project. (Working ahead is always encouraged!) Daughters submitting 4-6 projects throughout the year will be recognized at Supreme Session 2022 in Port Huron, Michigan. Submit your projects to Mom Sheryl Bertram via e-mail at email@example.com. Be sure the subject line of your email starts with ‘Librarian’s Project Entry’.
Please note that due to unforeseen circumstances, the project that is listed as due on October 1st will be a ‘bonus’ project that can be turned in at any time before July of 2022! We hope to see many entries and lots of creativity!
A PDF of all the projects can be found at http://www.sdjd.org/2022_Supreme_Librarian_Project.pdf
Project #1 – Focus = Relationships / Kinship
Write an article for a local paper or Lodge Trestelboard that is Jobie centered. * Explain the fun we have and highlight the community service your Bethel has done. (Be sure to include contact information!) * Thank the members of the Lodge for their support and explain to the fellows who may not be familiar with Jobies what we do and why their support is important. Include a copy of your article submission (and article if published) and send to Mom Sheryl Bertram.
Project Due Date October 1, 2021
Project #2 – Focus = Friendship
Find a song that you feel relates to Job’s Daughters and tell why you feel that way. * Present the song and your explanation at a Bethel meeting. Submit your presentation (either written copy or video) and have your Bethel Guardian or an Executive Council member sign off that it was presented during a meeting.
Project Due Date – December 1, 2021
Project #3 – Focus = Stewardship
Research fundraising and community service projects. * Gather info on what your Bethel, School, Church has done that has been successful. (Remember, both in-person and virtual ideas are valuable!) Share the ideas with your JGC/GGC if you are part of one, as well as with me and I will share with the SGC.
Project Due Date – February 1, 2022
Project #4 – Focus – Scholarship
Chose a woman in any field of the Sciences that you admire. (Mom Mick herself had a career in the sciences as she went to medical school.) * Look for Engineers Scientists, etc. * Write her a letter about how JDI assists in developing skills that will help you succeed as she has. Submit your letter – as well as any response you may receive to Mom Bertram.
Project Due Date – April 1, 2022
Project #5 – Focus – Craftsmanship
Create a ‘How-To’ video for a skill you have and share it during a Bethel Meeting. Ideas include Following a recipe Tips on how to memorize How to change a tire, or do any simple maintenance Share some ‘tech tips’ that help you – they will most likely help someone else, too! Submit your presentation (either written copy or video) and have your Bethel Guardian or an Executive Council member sign off that it was presented during a meeting.
Project Due Date – June 1, 2022
Project #6 – Focus – Membership
Tell it Girls! Why do you continue your membership with Job’s Daughters? What is your best memory of your time in the Organization? What new ideas/slogans do you think would be perfect for helping JDI grow?
Project Due Date – July 1, 2022