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CHS Beta members win awards at state convention

Campbellsville High School Beta Club members brought home several awards on Tuesday, Jan. 24, from this year’s state convention.

 

About 30 students attended the state convention, which was at the Lexington Convention Center in Lexington on Jan. 22-24, and competed against numerous schools from around Kentucky.

 

Nine CHS students won awards at the convention and will advance to the national Beta convention this summer.

 

Senior Laura Lamb won first place in photography of the more than 70 entries.

 

Mallory Haley, a senior, won third place in on-site acrylic painting.

 

CHS junior Bryce Richardson won third place in poetry.

 

CHS seniors Caylie Blair, Brenna Wethington and Vera Brown won third place in the banner competition.

 

Juniors Caitlin Bright, Darius Wright and Kayla Young were in the Top 10 in the spotlight on service category.

 

The national Beta convention will be June 29-July 2 at Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resort in Orlando, Fla.

 

Also at the state convention, CHS students participated in a service project making blankets for children.

 

Valerie Davis, Lindsay Williams and Ashley Penick are the CHS Beta sponsors.

 

Campbellsville High School Beta Club members brought home several awards on Tuesday, Jan. 24, from this year’s state convention. They now advance to the national Beta convention this summer. They are, from left, front, seniors Brenna Wethington, Caylie Blair and Vera Brown, who placed third in the banner competition. Back, juniors Caitlin Bright, Darius Wright and Kayla Young, who were in the Top 10 in the spotlight on service category; senior Laura Lamb, who received first place in the photography category; junior Bryce Richardson, who received third place in poetry; and senior Mallory Haley, who received third place in on-site acrylic painting.

Campbellsville High School Beta Club members brought home several awards on Tuesday, Jan. 24, from this year’s state convention. They now advance to the national Beta convention this summer. They are, from left, front, seniors Brenna Wethington, Caylie Blair and Vera Brown, who placed third in the banner competition. Back, juniors Caitlin Bright, Darius Wright and Kayla Young, who were in the Top 10 in the spotlight on service category; senior Laura Lamb, who received first place in the photography category; junior Bryce Richardson, who received third place in poetry; and senior Mallory Haley, who received third place in on-site acrylic painting.

 

CHS senior Laura Lamb holds a blanket she made as part of a service project for children.

CHS senior Laura Lamb holds a blanket she made as part of a service project for children.

 

CHS senior Caylie Blair, at left, and junior Wyatt Houk hold a blanket they made as part of a service project for children.

CHS senior Caylie Blair, at left, and junior Wyatt Houk hold a blanket they made as part of a service project for children.

 

CHS junior Caitlin Bright holds a blanket she made as part of a service project for children.

CHS junior Caitlin Bright holds a blanket she made as part of a service project for children.

 

CHS senior Brenna Wethington holds a blanket she made as part of a service project for children.

CHS senior Brenna Wethington holds a blanket she made as part of a service project for children.

 

CHS junior Kayla Young, at left, and Beta sponsor Lindsay Williams hold a blanket they made as part of a service project for children.

CHS junior Kayla Young, at left, and Beta sponsor Lindsay Williams hold a blanket they made as part of a service project for children.





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