4-H club participates in Paper Clover campaign
Published 6:58 am Wednesday, November 6, 2019
Each spring and fall, Tractor Supply helps raise money for 4-H programs through the sale of Paper Clovers in their stores. In the most recent campaign, more than $1 million nationwide was raised. Ninety percent of funds raised go back to state and local 4-H programs to support scholarships for camp and leadership activities. The Bell County 4-H Community Club participated in the fall Paper Clover campaign at Tractor Supply on Oct. 19. The club sold 103 clovers and baked goods to help with 4-H programming in Bell County. For more information about 4-H clubs or Extension programs, contact the office at 606-337-2376.