Daharsh crowned as new Job’s Daughter’s queen
Gothenburg High School sophomore Carlin Daharsh took the crown of Job’s Daughters International Bethel #28 when she was installed as honored queen during a Dec. 10 ceremony.
Other officers installed included Blayr McMichael, senior princess; Brianna Richey, junior princess; Kyndal Holmes, guide; and Morgan Cardenas, marshal.Appointed officers, who were installed, were Sydney Gruber, chaplain; Kendra Humphrey, recorder; Alexis Bacon, first messenger; Lauryn Cardenas, treasurer; and Gabi Daharsh, librarian.
Other members, who took part in the ceremony, were Amanda McMichael, Megan Portiner, Becca Else and Hailey Sabin.
Presiding as installing officer was Kendra Humphrey, who is a past honored queen. She was assisted by Amanda McMichael, guide; Megan Portiner, marshal; Julia Williams, chaplain; Sarah Leeper, senior custodian; Jen Wolf, junior custodian; and Samantha McCrea, musician.
Serena Winter served as mistress of ceremonies. Chloe Daharsh was special assistant who handed out flowers.
Alec Foster was an escorting officer.
Before her crowning, Daharsh was escorted by her grandfather, James Stull. Stull also presented Daharsh with her gavel and read a sixth-century Irish blessing.
The theme for the ceremony was “Pretty in Pink.” Hot pink, white-and-black polkadots were chosen as colors and displayed with floating candles and hot pink roses.
A reception was held after the ceremony.
Bethel council members for Gothenburg are Suzanne Holmes, Roger Eggelston, Joe and Kim Humphrey and Tammy McMichael.
Job’s Daughters, open to girls between the ages of 10-20, emphasizes leadership, strong morals, respect and belief in God. Anyone wishing to join Job’s Daughters should contact a member of the council.
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