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Union Middle School Student Brantley Morgan Hudnall was elected president of the National Junior Beta Club at nationals in Greensboro, N.C. Only one other Mississippi state officer has been elected a national officer – a chaplain in 1998 (coincidentally the year that Brantley was born). The UMS student recently traveled to Broyhill, S.C. to attend a leadership summit. She will attend several state Junior Beta Conventions to speak, and plan next year’s National Junior Beta Convention in Mobile, Ala. As National Beta president, Brantley said she looks most forward to the opportunity to spread her personal message about faith. Brantley is the daughter of Amy and Krystof Edgar of Union and Tommy Hudnall of DeKalb.

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