Harmony Grove Senior Beta Club
Mission: To promote the ideas of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.
Motto: Let Us Lead by Serving Others
Sr. Pledge: I solemnly declare that I shall always strive to hold fast to the principles of honesty; to endeavor constantly to maintain a creditable record; to cultivate in my life and conduct the principles of service and leadership. I further pledge myself. To cooperate with the members of this club in the promotion of sense of individual responsibility. To our school, community, state, and nation; to make right the master of might; and to consecrate our comradship to mutual helpfulness and to the betterment of our fellow students.
The 4 Pillars of BETA
Achievement, Leadership, Character, and Service
This year Harmony Grove Sr. Beta has picked several projects they will be involved with, they are: Breast Cancer Awareness, Huck’s Military Project, School Climate, Mission Possible, and Community Clean-up!
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Beta sold Breast Cancer Awareness t-shirts during the month of October and raised $250 for the American Cancer Society!!
HUCK’S MILITARY CARE PACKAGE PROJECT
Huck is 7 year old and attends Spring Hill Elementary, Springhill, AR. Huck is the son of Caleb and Briana Plyler of Spring Hill, AR. Earlier this year Huck started what is known as “Huck’s Military Care Package Project”. Huck started the project because of what the military does for our country, in Huck’s words “We do this because they help us, so we help them.” Huck’s project is comprised of putting together care packages for members of the Arkansas National Guard currently deployed in Horn of Africa and other areas. His care packages include items such as non-perishable snacks, lip balm, sun screen, personal hygiene products socks and more. Huck was recently honored by Congressman Bruce Westerman, at the United State Capitol, Wednesday, July 26th. If you would like to donate items to Huck’s project the drop off businesses are: Hempstead County Farm Bureau at 1902 E 3rd St #3 Hope, AR, OPED at 625 Adams in Camden, AR., or Harmony Grove Schools. Huck has currently sent out around 80 boxes to our military, if you have a family member deployed we would love to hear from you, feel free to call us with addresses and we will send to your loved one, or message us on Huck’s FB page “Huck’s Military Care Package Project” with address information.
For more information please contact 870-723-0604-Briana or 870-703-1394-Caleb
Follow Huck on Facebook at
“Huck's Military Care Package Project”
Senior Beta will be helping throughout the school year so bring your items anytime!!!
School Climate – Kindness Posters
Senior Beta Believes everyone needs a little kindness in their lives. As you walk the halls of the high school you will be able to pick out several handcrafted posters that the Beta members created their self.
Activities in October
Jostens’s Reissuance Trip to Conway
Mr. Will’s Birthday
Oakley Nimmo and his Family
Oakley Nimmo is a 3 year old little boy fighting a relapse of Stage IV Neuroblastoma. Join us in prayer for this little guy!
If you didn’t get a chance to buy a fundraising ticket to help Oakley and his family from one of the Beta members you can give at Farmers Bank and Trust in Camden and Bank of Bearden. Thanks
Following Oakley on Facebook…..Prayers for Oakley!!!
Our Beta members are involved in giving something to everyone in our high school! Each 9 weeks members will draw a name of a non-beta member and write a word of kindness and add a small gift for that person! What better time to begin spreading kindness and love then the Holidays!!!
Sr. Night Tailgating with FBLA
Veteran’s Day Activity
The Sr. Beta Club is in the process of doing the “Battle of the Classrooms” right now! The winning class will win a Pizza Party!!!!! So start bring in those supplies for our military!!!!!
Yearbook would like any fishing and hunting pictures you might have taken, email to Grace Vint!!!
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone
Huck and some of the Sr. Beta members boxed up military supplies on December 1. We had 17 boxes and $150 to help mail the boxes. Sr. Beta will continue helping Huck until May so if anyone would like to donate see Mrs. Jenkins!