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"Beta is a great opportunity for students to shine in the classroom and take those accomplishments on to a higher arena. The program really allows the academically gifted students to achieve what many athletes achieve on the court or field."
-Beta Club Sponsor, Alabama
Alabama Senior Beta Club Convention
April 15, 2021

Virtual Convention

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Alabama Junior Beta Club Convention
March 5, 2021

Virtual Convention

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Beta News
SPANISH FORT MIDDLE MEMBERS UPKEEP CEMETERY FOR VETERANS

Beta members volunteered their time to make sure the landscaping at the Alabama State Veterans Memorial Cemetery stays immaculate. It has been four years since the first veteran was buried at this site.

STATE LEADERSHIP

SENIOR
Hannah Seales
Senior President
Rehobeth High
Christian Martinez
Senior Vice-President
Athens Bible School
Ava Rose Whitmire
Senior Secretary
Lindsey Lane Christian Academy
JUNIOR
Judd Thomas
Junior President
Coppinville Junior High
Caroline Smith
Junior Vice-President
Guntersville Middle
Judd Black
Junior Secretary
Scottsboro Junior High
ELEMENTARY
Anslee Kirkland
Elementary President
South Smiths Station Elementary
Jaken Lambert
Elementary Vice-President
Sylvania
STATE
Zel Thomas
Council Chair
Leanne Burks
Senior State Sponsor
Lamar County High
Shavonne Burrows
Junior State Sponsor
Rucker Boulevard Elementary

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HISTORY

Alabama boasts as the home of the first National President of Beta Club, Ted Locke from Thomasville High School. Locke was elected in 1982 in Orlando, FL. More firsts include Chilton County High School in Clanton, AL as the first Senior Beta Charter in the state established on October 26, 1936. Another notable Alabama Beta is David Matthews. After serving as President of his high school Beta Club and Class President, Matthews went on to become President of the University of Alabama in 1967. Leadership and service go hand in hand, join Beta in sweet home Alabama and we’ll show you how it’s done.

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