June 28, 2005 > Miss California Job's Daughter ready to pass crown
Miss California Job's Daughter ready to pass crown
by Malia Morris
Rachel Anderson is completing her term as Miss California Job's Daughter, 2004-05 this June at the annual Job's Daughters convention in Palm Springs. Rachel, a graduate of Fremont Christian School, competed last June for her title as Miss California Job's Daughter and has spent the year traveling as a role model for young ladies throughout our great state. Rachel not only traveled within California, she had the great honor of traveling for a month on the East Coast and meeting Job's Daughters from all over the United States. When Rachel was not traveling, she was taking college courses at Ohlone College toward her intended major of Psychology and minor in Music.
Rachel has done a wonderful job in her position, traveling more than 6000 miles since June 2004. Rachel has the incredible ability to make everyone feel welcome and comfortable with her tremendous enthusiasm for Job's Daughters and what she has learned from her eight years of membership.
Job's Daughters is an international organization that was created to give young girls a safe place to get together, gain leadership skills, poise, confidence, instill a respect for our country, and to show respect for parents and adults. For more information about Job's Daughters, please contact Malia Morris at (510) 894-2294, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.