She still plays intramural volleyball in college. She has a special place in her heart for others who are physically challenged and gives all her time and effort to help others.

When Beth was 3 years old, she suffered what could have been a terrible tragedy when her foot was struck by a lawn mower blade. Since then, Beth has shown a tremendously resilient spirit and with unbelievable support from her family has never looked back. Now, in her early 20’s and finishing an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, she is writing new chapters to her story. Beth has too many accomplishments to list them all but a few deserve mention.

Beth played competitive volleyball in the CCJ league in the Alabama river region from 2009-2014 until she left to attend college. She still plays intramural volleyball in college. She has a special place in her heart for others who are physically challenged and gives all her time and effort to help others. She participates in an annual summer camp for physically challenged children in Ohio called Camp Joy. Beth is also a very proud member of Tri Delta sorority. She is unashamed of what makes her unique, and instead, she embraces it as an opportunity.

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