Caldwell County Middle School's Junior Beta Club is selling Caldwell County/Tiger Nation license plates to raise money for a convention.
"We are trying to raise money for 53 of our members to go to Kentucky State Junior Beta Convention," said Chelsea Ardrey, the Junior Beta Club adviser. "Any leftover money will go toward Beta Club projects and activities."
She said the Beta Club participates in several community service projects throughout the school year.
"So far this year we have collected socks for SOCK-tober, which are still being donated to different organizations; we volunteered at the animal shelter and at Joseph Storage Bin; rang the Salvation Army bell; and made cards for Veterans Day," Ardrey said. "We just recently visited Princeton Health and Rehab, where we sang Christmas carols and played games."
"We are always looking for community service projects."
She said this is the first time the club has sold license plates. They cost $15 each. The convention will be Jan. 22-24 in Louisville. If anyone would like a license plate, contact Ardrey at the middle school.