Lincoln County High School sent 31 Beta Club students to compete at the state level last weekend in Louisville. The competitions consisted of academic tests, quiz bowl, 2 dimensional design, visual/performing arts, written compositions and engineering.
LCHS had four students do well enough to become national qualifiers:
•Aaron Cook, 1st place, Agriscience
•Sierra Downey, 1st place, Poetry
•Allison Westerfield, 1st place, B/W Photo
•Bailey Story, 4th place, On-site Art
LCHS Beta Club also had an engineering team compete for the first time ever. The team consisted of Kade Bandura (LCHS Beta President), Gavin Fowler, Carter Muse and Caydunn Randall.
National Beta Club is the largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization in America. And for more than 80 years, it has prepared today’s students to be tomorrow’s leaders.
(Pictured, left to right: Aaron Cook, Sierra Downey, Allison Westerfield, Bailey Story)