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Chris Willow
Advancement Coordinator
Missouri 4-H Foundation
573-882-2680
willowc@missouri.edu

June 18, 2018


Golfers tee off in support of Missouri 4-H, PART 2


Players won cash and prizes donated by A. L. Gustin Golf Course; AgriMaxx Wheat; AgriMissouri; Rachel Augustine; Jim and Kathy Berger; Casey's General Store; Chigger Creek Wood Products; Citizens Bank; Courtyard Marriott; D. Rowe's Restaurant; Bret Everett and Larry Bertrand; FCS Financial; FCS Financial Crop Insurance; F and H Food Equipment; Fahrmeier Family Farm and Vineyard; GOPO; Wendy Hall; Hart's Diesel Inc.; Kansas City Marriott Downtown; Kansas City Royals; Lakota Coffee; Lynch Livestock; Kyle Malter; MidwayUSA Foundation; Missouri Pork Association; Missouri State Fair; Mizzou Intercollegiate Athletics; Paradise Point Golf Course; Quite Contrary; Silver Dollar City; Sharon Topliff; Urban Chestnut Brewery; White Mule Winery; Chris Willow; Don Woodson, State Farm Agent.

The Clover Classic committee was led by co-chairs Bob Idel and John Raines, and included Rachel Augustine, Breanne Brammer, Kelli Jo Buettner, Dana Haynes, Doug Kueker, Don Nikodim, Wendy Hall and Chris Willow.

About Missouri 4-H

4-H, the nation's largest youth development organization, grows confident young people who are empowered for life today and prepared for careers tomorrow. 4-H programs empower nearly 6 million young people across the U.S. through experiences that develop critical life skills.

University of Missouri Extension 4-H connects the technical knowledge of Mizzou to a community of more than 190,000 youths from across Missouri learning about the sciences, leadership, citizenship and skills for life. For nearly 70 years, the Missouri 4-H Foundation has been managing funds for the MU Extension 4-H Youth Development Program, providing higher education scholarships and recognizing 4-H volunteers.


Photo available for following caption Photo credit: Missouri 4-H.

Among those at the 2018 Clover Classic Golf Tournament were, from left, State 4-H Council officers Mackenzie Loesch and Ashlyn Peterson; Truman the Tiger, Vice Chancellor for Extension and Engagement Marshall Stewart; and State 4-H Council officers Hannah Persell and Holly Hatfield.


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