Sulphur Bluff Youth Named
From Sulphur Bluff ISD
Sulphur Bluff, Texas – The National Beta Club announced today that Jackson Dailey has been named a 2012 Beta Scholar which entitles him to a scholarship award of $1000.00.
Jackson Dailey at Sulphur Bluff High School, competed against more than 700 candidates nationwide for this honor. Two hundred twenty-one scholarship recipients were chosen. He plans to attend Texas A&M in Commerce, Texas. He was recommended for this award by the local Beta Club sponsor, Tressie South and high school principal, Amy Northcutt.
“This outstanding young person represents the true spirit of National Beta, having excelled not only academically, but in leadership and service to school and community as well,” said Mr. Ken Cline, executive director of the National Beta Club.
Jackson is the son of Kim Beck of Sulphur Springs, Texas and Wayne Dailey of Dike, Texas. When asked how she felt about Jackson’s accomplishment, Kim said “he worked very hard for this honor and I could not be more proud of him. Way to go Jack!”