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"There was a time where I was depressed and had ZERO motivation. Beta and my sponsors pushed me and inspired me to strive for what I want. It helped me gain mental strength and motivation."
-Bailey Parker, National Beta Member - Tennessee
Tennessee Senior Beta Club Convention
November 18-20, 2021

Gaylord Opryland

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Tennessee Junior Beta Club Convention
November 21-23, 2021

Gaylord Opryland

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Tennessee Elementary Beta Club Convention
November 20-21, 2021

Gaylord Opryland

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Beta News
BRUCETON CENTRAL BETAS RAISE MONEY, TEACHERS KISS PIGS

The Senior Beta Club at Bruceton Central hosted a quarter drive to raise money to attend National Convention in Orlando. Each quarter was essentially a “vote” for which teacher you wanted to see kiss a pig. With the pig kissing combined with a chili supper held before the game, the students were able to raise more than a $1,000 toward their goal.

STATE LEADERSHIP

SENIOR
Nick Jerman
Senior President
Seymour High
Olivia Whaley
Senior Vice-President
Sevier County High
Kasen Holt
Senior Secretary
Coffee County Central High
JUNIOR
Jon Andrew Bryson
Junior President
Short Mountain Elementary
Sullivan Smith
Junior Vice-President
Seymour Jr. High
Elijah Louis Jent
Junior Secretary
Westmoreland Middle
ELEMENTARY
Landon McKinney
Elementary President
Boyds Creek Elementary
Braxton Miller
Elementary Vice-President
West Side School
STATE
Mitchell Parham
Council Chair
Beth Moore
Senior State Sponsor
East Robertson High
Melissa Hall
Junior State Sponsor
Seymour Jr. High
Andrew Jackson
Elementary State Sponsor
Pi Beta Phi Elementary

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HISTORY

Tennessee Betas are true artists at heart. Darlene Hall, from Wartburg Central High School in Harriman, TN designed the 50th Anniversary logo used by the organization for 1983-84 academic year. Artistic talent has been showcased in Tennessee Beta since the first club was chartered at Jefferson County High School in Dandridge, TN in 1936 and the state’s first convention in April 1938 in Knoxville, TN. The Volunteer State is known for its artistic style with country flair. Join Tennessee Beta and showcase your talent!

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