Beta Club Inductions

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Beta Club Inductions

Isabella Brown, Staff

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The National Beta club is an organization for 4th through 12th grade students in the United States. Its purpose is to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, leadership and service among elementary and secondary school students. A total of 69 inductees were accepted into this prestigious organization and became official members on Wednesday, May 1st at the induction ceremony.

Inductees listened to the sponsor, Mr. Martino, and club officers talk about the meaning and purpose of the club. Then, they lit candles and walked across the stage of the auditorium one-by-one as their names were called. “It was a very beautiful ceremony and I was glad to have another club under my belt,” Sofia Johnson (10) said.

After the students were officially inducted, they got refreshments including Publix cake, cookies, iced tea and lemonade. “Publix cake is the best, especially the frosting,” Carolyn Torres (11) said. Torres was already a member of BETA club and volunteered at the refreshments table.