On Saturday, we attended a Bee Picnic for our youth group. It was going to be at a park but it was very windy and raining, so we did it at the Girl Guide's Hut. We had so much fun. The activities we did were a scavenger hunt. We went for a walk to see the nearby ducks. We threw balloons at each other and we ran around. But, do you know who was the BEST!!?? ... NATALIE (our Queen Bee!) :)

Blog written by Jobie-to-Bee, Mia

December 2021

Colour Fun Run

On the 12th of December, the Bethel #2 girls attended the Colour Fun Run. We also invited our friend Laura to run with us. This event was held by our state leaders to raise funds for The Dementia Foundation. When we arrived there were jumping castles, snow cones and lots of lollies to snack on before the run! Bethel #2 were the first to run. There was inflatable pools set up as obstacles which contained sponges, balls, and a cargo net that we had to crawl under. We ran laps around the field and got cups of colourful powder thrown at us by the other Jobie sisters and adults, after each inflatable pool we went in. This left a nice colourful stained t shirt! Afterwards we helped throw powder at our other Jobie sisters and adults from different Bethels- it was very fun!

Submitted by Betty

October 2021

On the 31st of October 2021, Mr Ben Lynis-huffenreuter and Mr Adam Brighouse were going to be shaving their beards off for Movember and prostate cancer awareness. Sadly Adam was not able to attend on the day due to COVID-19 but he still shaved his beard for the cause.

Ben, had been growing his beard since 2007 and none of his 4 children had even seen him without a beard. Ben also had his back waxed with the letters JDI and the hair still hasn't grown back yet. It was an emotional day for everyone. Ben's father who was present during the shave off offered to exchange Ben's back wax for his beard. Ben bravely declined.

We were able to raise over $2,500 for this worthwhile cause. Thank you Ben!!

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