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Students inducted into National Junior Beta Club

February 8, 2018
The Town Crier

Twenty-six Holy Family students, from grades six, seven and eight were inducted into the National Junior Beta Club on Jan. 29 at Holy Family School. The Club is a scholastic, service, and leadership organization. Members aim to be of service to their school, community, state, and nation. Five candles are lit during the ceremony, serving as reminders to their pledge to uphold the ideals of our nation. The white candle denotes light, purity, and faith. The red candle demotes love, wisdom, and bravery. The blue candle is indicative of truth, constancy, and fidelity. The black candle symbolizes the dignity, restraint, and seriousness which members search for knowledge and truth. Finally, the gold candle designates warmth, friendly, and faithfulness. The new members are then pinned with the National Junior Beta Club pin by members of their family. Students are pinned by parents, grandparents, or older siblings. The students publicly pledge their commitment to this club and receive a certificate and pin acknowledging their membership.

Article Photos

All the new members of the National Junior Beta Club pose with Monsignor Connell (Pastor) and Kathy Stoops (Principal). In front row are: Nick Zeno, Liam Burk, Giovanni Beta, Dayna Hughes, Syliva Tsarnas, Sophia Sdregas, Serena Grenga, Sophia Graziano, and Jenna Hughes. In second row are: Andrew Kali, Braden Joss, Stephen Yerian, Dominic Graziano, John McNally, Natalie Filisky, Helen Four, and Sophia Diorio. In back row are: William Desmond, Jason Vuksanovich, Ella Szalay, Stoops, Delaney Savaet, George Gabriel, Aidan Markey, Monsignor Connell, Jillian Zidian, and Liberty Lavelle. Not pictured was Chase Forsyth.

 
 

 

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