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Tractor Supply raises money to benefit area 4-H

December 11, 2011

Photo by Victoria Stanish - From left, Natalie Aiello, 4-H youth development educator for Elk and Cameron counties, presents a certificate and ribbon to St. Marys Tractor Supply Co. employees , team leader Linda Buhler and assistant manager Mike Caskey, on behalf of 4-H. The store raised funds for area 4-H programs through its “Paper Clover” campaign held in the fall, coming in third in the state for the most money raised and heading all stores in Region 5.

ST. MARYS - Tractor Supply Co. in St. Marys, known as store #107, was third in the state for collecting the most money through the charitable Paper Clover program, the proceeds of which benefit 4-H. A certificate signed by Donald T. Floyd, president and CEO of the National 4-H Council, was presented to store employees, as well as a ribbon designating its top status in its Region 5 division for the fall 2011 campaign. The store collects money nationally each year to fund 4-H programs and activities.
Natalie Aiello, 4-H youth development educator for Elk and Cameron counties, presented a certificate and ribbon to Tractor Supply employees, team leader Linda Buhler and assistant manager Mike Caskey, on behalf of 4-H. The local store raised a total of $957, $287.10 of which goes to the national 4-H organization, $47.85 to the state and $622.05 of which will go to support the 4-H program in Elk and Cameron counties.

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