Bealsville Inc

Bealsville, Incorporated 501c3 Public Charitable Organization.


Bealsville, Incorporated 501c3 Public Charitable Organization

William Glover School was closed in 1980, partly due to lack of students. With integration programs in place, students who once went to the school were bused to other schools. Bealsville citizens tried, to no avail, to appeal the county’s decision to close the school. Finally, in an effort to at least keep the buildings and grounds in the community, the citizens formed Bealsville, Incorporated, and a non-profit group. The group was successful in getting Hillsborough County to return the land and buildings to the community’s control. Bealsville maintains the campus and are developing alternative uses for the buildings that have been the center of the community and a source of pride for over sixty years.

Bealsville Inc Board

From left to right bottom row Virginia Hargrett, Adrian Brown, Doreatha Brown, Gwendolyn Thomas, second row left to right
Leslie Hargrett, Herman Hargrett, Wilbur Clark, Henry Davis, Beverly Ware, third row left to right Rodney Mackey Sr. and William Thomas Sr. Also not pictured John Shaw Sr. and Leola McDonald.


​Membership !!!
2020 Bealsville’s Membership Drive begins in late November. Membership is $25.00 yearly and applications may be obtained from the Glover School, Bealsville Inc., board members or if you are presently a member and have no changes to your original application you may send check or MO payable to Bealsville Inc., to P.O Box 3623, Plant City, FL 33564 or 5104 Horton Rd, Plant City, FL