Board applauds Bladen’s BETA students

Valerie Newton Special to the Journal

May 6, 2014

ELIZABETHTOWN — The Bladen County Board of Education recently recognized achievements that Bladen County Junior Beta Club students received at the annual state conference.

This years theme was “Making History with Beta,” and all Bladen County middle schools that attended the conference had students who brought home several wins.

Bladenboro Middle School:

1st place - Speech - Cierra Byrd

1st place - Sculpture - Cierra Byrd

1st place - T-Shirt - Dalton Pait

1st place - Black & White Photography - Brandon Walden

1st place - Arts & Crafts Sweepstakes

2nd place - Wreath - Club Project

2nd place - Banner - Club Project

3rd place - Watercolor - Angelica Caraballo

3rd place - Scrapbook - Club Project

Clarkton School of Discovery:

1st place - Banner

1st place - Multi-media

1st place - Campaign Skit

1st place - Poster - Faith Johnson, Anna Moser, Channing Robeson

2nd place - T-Shirt

3rd place - Essay - Bethany Strickland

Marshall Tatum elected the 2014-2015 State Secretary (CSD’s 6th consecutive

State Officer)

Allie Marsh - Presided as State Reporter

Heather Thompson - State Sponsor

Elizabethtown Middle School:

1st place - Jewelry - Madison Brown

2nd place - Essay - Madison Brown

Additionally, this year, Bladenboro Middle School and Clarkton School of Discovery were recognized by the N.C. Junior Beta Club as ​a ​National Beta School of Distinction. This award is presented to schools that demonstrate yearly growth in their school membership.