TCMS Jr. Beta chapter to compete in Nashville

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Club takes first- and second-place wins

The Trimble County Middle School chapter of the National Junior Beta Club attended the 22nd Kentucky Junior Beta Convention at the Louisville Convention Center last week.
Sixty TCMS Beta members were involved in two days of activities and competitions with the theme: “Beta – A Volunteer State of Mind.” Out of the approximately 4,400 students in attendance, the Trimble chapter placed first in decorated wreath and first in "Spotlight your club" competitions.


The club also placed second in the living literature and t-shirt design competitions.
Ashley Brierly, Colton Fox, and Megan Gibson qualified to enter their wreath design at the national convention this summer in Nashville. Chaylen Sedam, Leighton Taylor, Marcus Fitzgerald, and Josh Creech qualified to enter their t-shirt design. Courtney Clifford, Emily Tingle, Megan Turner, Raven Hudson, Hayley Baker, Alanis Rosell, Lori Whitehead, Hannah Whitaker, Zach Nelson, Chad Massie and Josh Rexroat qualified with their Living Literature display of the puppet scene from the play “The Sound of Music.”
The National Junior Beta convention will be held at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tenn., June 17-20. With 18 students qualifying to compete at the national convention, the club hopes to raise a sizeable amount of money to help defray the transportation and lodging expenses. If you would like to help this group represent Kentucky and Trimble County at the national convention, donations can be sent to Trimble County Middle School.