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December 26, 2012 - Bethel No. 49 of Job's Daughters International in Crestwood recently installed new officers. Amanda Aiken, daughter of Paul and Linda Aiken, was installed as honored queen for the next six months. Job's Daughters is a leadership and character-building organization for girls ages 9 to 19. Pictured, first row, from left, are: Hannah Geigle and Jenna Hercher. Second row, from left, are: Claire Gibbs, Kaitlyn Ashwell, Molly Geigle, Missey Whittley, Amanda, Reba Tague, Erin Ashwell and Cori Caby. Third row, from left, are: Celina Hawker, Lydia Aiken, Katie Tevebaugh, Molly Gibbs, Kayla Lindley, Emily Klein and Amy Bush. Not pictured are: Becca Hairer and Audrey Webb.
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