the school year draws to an end, the Chatham Charter Junior Beta Club has
recapped its year of service projects.
club is responsible for organizing service projects that help the community and
nation. Not only has the Chatham Charter
chapter helped raise funding for the school, members have also collected winter
clothing for those in need and canned drink tabs for the Ronald McDonald
spring the club bought and put together hope boxes that a group of Chatham
Central High School students took to middle school students in Kentucky who
were not able to afford basic items like socks and toothbrushes.
projects include areas that help Chatham Charter students and keep the campus
clean and safe. In October, the chapter
helped raise anti-drug awareness on campus during the national Red Ribbon
Week. During the December production of
The Nutcracker by third grade classes, chapter members served as backstage
technicians during performances. Members
cleaned parts of the gym after home basketball games and helped with
landscaping before the annual Spring Carnival.
a service organization we are here to improve the lives of those around us and
to set a good example for our future members,” said eighth grader Alec Brewer,
chapter service project chairman.
Club is an organization built on strong academic achievement, character and