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4-H CLUB PRESENTS CERTIFICATE AND RIBBON TO TRACTOR SUPPLY

March 1, 2013

(Photo by Destiny Pifer/The Punxsutawney Spirit)

The Jefferson County 4-H Club presented a certificate and paper clover ribbon to the Tractor Supply Co. store for its outstanding support during the September 2012 Fall Paper Clover campaign.

According to Susan Alexander, head of the 4-H Club, the Punxsutawney store was the class champion.

The 4-H Club will be selling paper clovers for its 2013 Spring Campaign, which will be held from May 8 to May 19.

People can purchase clovers for either $1 or $5, with 60 percent of proceeds going toward the 4-H Club.

Pictured are members of the 4-H club presenting the certificate and ribbon to store manager Debbie Young: (front, from left) Reece Spicher, Jay Lemmon, Joey McKenrick; (back) Young, Adrionna Fetterman, Kassi Niver,
Ashlynn Smith, Taylor Medsger, Amberley Spicher and Dolly Smouse.

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