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April 23, 2013

East Elementary School's Beta Club inductees

CULLMAN — East Elementary School recently inducted their new Beta Club members. To become a member of Beta Club, one must keep an A, B average through the first and second trimester of fifth or sixth grade.

Current sixth-grade members: Emily Adkins, Lillimae Allen, Luke Andrews, Sam Baker, Madi Bates, Cooper Beck, Jayce Brooks-Barbee, Charis Childers, Tate Copeland, Will Crumbley, Dawson Culver, Lyndsey Elrod, Garrett Evans, Niklas Fondren, Jessika Franks, Cole Fuller, Seth Gable, McKenzie Geissen, Lukas Gipson, Carter Guest, Amanda Hill, Sydney Holder, Jozi Jackson, Madilyn James, Millie LaGanke, Blake Lambert, Jaisa Letson, Canaan Lipsey, Emma Mansour, Joseph McCarthy, Alexia Miller, Austin Mullins, Olivia Neal, Hannah Ogstad, Atticus Phillips, Clay Pruitt, Sophie Pulliam, Brooke Quattlebaum, Sam Ratliff, Jordan Ray, Kyleigh Robinson, Garret Schooley, Colton Smith, Matthew Smith, Cailyn Sorrow, Mary Stanford, Cameron Starnes, Reagan Stephens, Taylor Trevarthen, Taylor Trimble, Dylon Wallace, Lilli Watson, Abby West, Olivia Williams. 

Sixth-grade inductees: Avery Barnett, Will Barnett, Iva Burdette, Michael Cole, Mason Davis, Anna-Cole Eddleman, Ivy Erklenz, Lawson Graves, Keslynn Grimmett, Emily Hancock, Bradley Hill, Noah Hobbs, Brittney Lee, Courtney Lee, Ben Monastero, Jorge Perez, Abraham Tekulve, Curt Wilson.

Fifth-grade inductees: Tessa Adkins, Bren Anderson, Alyssa Barbee, Alexandria Barker, Elizabeth Baughn, Hannah Bircheat, Leah Bowden, Emily Brown, Karlie Brown, Jade Bryant, Noah Bussman, Townley Cornelius, Easton Dean, Caleigh Echols, Casey Faulkner, Katelin Ferrell, Greyson Gerding, Mattie Green, Jackson Griffith, Kate Heatherly, Ben Hollis, Olivia Hudson, Ellie Jones, Catie Jowers, Nathanael Killion, Braxton King, Cy Lambert, Lindsey Lowery, Alex Lynn, Reagan Martin, Josh Nichols, Meryl Owen, Yessenia Pascual, Brady Patterson, Brianna Phenicie, Elizabeth Quick, Tucker Rainwater, Sydney Ratliff, Victoria Rodriguez, Te’a Seely, Dustin Speake, Landon Suh, Jessie Thiot, Ryleigh Thornton, Natalie Thrasher, Emily Watwood, A.J. Woods

 

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