Congratulations to our Job’s Daughter representative from Queensland, Miss Taila Gouge, who was recently crowned Miss International Job's Daughter for 2016-2017.
Taila was awarded the crown at the pageant hosted this year in the United States. As a lifelong member of Job’s Daughters, she was eager to support the youth group’s 12 000 female members who are closely tied with Freemasons Queensland.
She will take a break from her studies in primary education at Bribie Island University to travel the world as an ambassador for young girls.
Taila was a finalist on The Voice in 2014 and teaches guitar in her spare time. Those who attended our 2016 Grand Installation Farewell Luncheon had the opportunity to enjoy Taila’s musical talents.
We wish Taila all the best in her busy year ahead.
Job’s Daughters is an organisation for females aged up to 20 years old. You can find more information at www.jdiqld.org
If you'd like to support Taila's fundraising for her year-long trip, please contact Mrs. Fran Burns firstname.lastname@example.org