WARSAW — On Aug. 18, at the Scottish Rite Cathedral in Indianapolis, Keely Roe was crowned by Indiana Job’s Daughters as Junior Miss Indiana.
Roe is the daughter of Terrence and Lori Roe, Warsaw. She has a younger brother, Griffin, and is a freshman at Warsaw Community High School. Roe also participates in her school orchestra and speech team. She was a member of the middle school rugby club and is also a Girl Scout member. This summer, she and a partner competed at the national level in the National History Day contest.
Contestants in the Junior Miss Indiana contest were required to compete in a written knowledge test of the organization, ritual presentation, a personal interview and answering questions in front of an audience in the final evening event. Roe currently serves as Senior Princess in her local Bethel #8 in Fort Wayne. At the state level, she serves as Grand Outer Guard. She will serve as Junior Miss Indiana for the 2019-20 year as a representative of the state Job’s Daughters organization promoting membership and fostering relationships with organizations that promote the betterment of youth.
Job’s Daughters International is a Masonic youth organization for girls between the ages of 10 and 20. Job’s Daughters is an organization for young women that teaches the values of leadership, public speaking, charity, respect for parents and elders, and teamwork. Members participate in a variety of activities such as bimonthly meetings, fundraisers, service projects, leadership workshops, theme parties, dances and so much more.