Junior Beta Club members at Inman Elementary helped stain the new fence around the perimeter of Church Street Park as one of their community service projects.
The club partnered with Habitat for Humanity, which handled the installation of the fence. A total of 26 Beta Club members spent a Friday afternoon helping Habitat with the finishing touches by painting coats of stain on it.
“The students enjoyed participating in the project, and helping their community,” says the school’s Junior Beta Club sponsor, Christi Gray.
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