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"National Beta has taught me that service is not defined as one thing. Everyday, your actions can make a difference, no matter how small."
-Andrea Fletcher, National Beta Member - South Carolina
South Carolina Senior Beta Club Convention
February 4-5, 2022

Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention Center

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South Carolina Junior Beta Club Convention
January 12-14, 2022

Myrtle Beach Convention Ctr

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Beta News
RAWLINSON ROAD MIDDLE SCHOOL BETA USES PHONE APP TO BRING SMILES TO THE ELDERLY

Logan Hammel of Rawlinson Road Middle School heard about Nextdoor, a social network that helps neighbors connect through an app. She posted an ad on Nextdoor asking her neighbors to donate blankets, soap, shampoo, sugar-free candy, socks and soap. Logan stuffed items from more than two dozen neighbors into gift bags and headed to White Oak Manor. “It made me happy to see their faces,” Logan said. “They were shocked.” Read more here:

STATE LEADERSHIP

SENIOR
Cialen Gadson
Senior President
Fairfield Central High
Caroline Ballentine
Senior Vice-President
Berkeley High
David Dinh
Senior Secretary
Eastside High
JUNIOR
Zoe Reid
Junior President
Mid-Carolina Middle
Baylor Currie
Junior Vice-President
South Pointe Christian
Isabella Luther
Junior Secretary
Thomas Hart Academy
ELEMENTARY
Chloe Rosbury
Elementary President
Frances Mack Intermediate
Olivia Chavis
Elementary Vice-President
Sandhills Elementary
STATE
Dr. H Kenneth Dinkins
Council Chair
Mark Loucks
Senior State Sponsor
Eastside High
Becca Egan
Junior State Sponsor
Whitmire Community
Cindy Woody
Elementary State Sponsor
Riverside Middle

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HISTORY

There’s no place like home! Landrum High School maintains the bragging rights as the only charter to be installed by the founder himself, Dr. John W. Harris on January 9, 1934. Still active in their school and community today, Landrum High School Betas carry the torch of academic achievement, leadership, character, and service ignited by Harris. Scholarship awards that amount in the thousands are awarded each year, a far cry from the first scholarship ever given in the amount of $100. South Carolina Betas, just as the official song, remain “…a beacon in the night”.

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