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Anna Parson, Riley Grant qualify for National Jr. Beta competition

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By Cindy Walker
News from Adair County Middle School Jr. Beta Club

The Adair County Middle School Jr. Beta just returned from the state convention with two students qualifying for Nationals. Anna Parson, daughter of Steve and Tina Parson, and Riley Grant, son of Dr. Anthony and Keena Grant, will represent the club at the National convention in June. Anna placed 2nd with her pen and ink drawing while Riley placed 3rd in Social Studies.

These two students, along with 30 other students from ACMS, competed in various academic and art categories against 5,000 other Beta students from across the state of Kentucky. -Cindy Walker, NBCT, Adair County Middle School, 7th Grade Language Arts

This story was posted on 2011-03-06 02:56:07
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Beta Winners at State Convention

2011-03-06 - 322 Gen. John Adair DR, Columbia, KY - Photo by Cindy Walker.
Anna Parson and Riley Grant qualified for National Junior Beta Competition. In State competition, Anna placed 2nd with her pen and ink drawing, and Riley placed 3rd in Social Studies. They were competing in various academic and art categories against 5,000 other Jr. Beta students from across Kentucky. They are members of the Adair County Middle School Jr. Beta Club.

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