Melissa Lucas, manager of Sedalia’s Tractor Supply Company store, donates $874 to National and local 4-H clubs from the Fall 2012 Paper Clover fundraiser. Sixty percent of the donation goes to the local 4-H program. Benton County Searcher’s 4-H Club will receive $262.20, Pettis County Ringen Brushy 4-H Club and Pettis County Dresden 4-H Club will each receive $131.10.
The Sedalia store received Reserve Grand Champion, Regional, District, and Class Champion award for the Paper Clover promotion. Paper Clover awards are based on store performance for the number of transactions that included a Paper Clover. Reserve Grand Champion is given to the Tractor Supply Company store for having the highest transaction percentage for Paper Clover donations in its region. Regional Champion is given for having one of the top five highest transaction percentages in its region.
District Champion is given for having the highest transaction percentage in its district. Class Champion is given for achieving at least 15% transaction percentage and raising a minimum of $300 for Paper Clover donations. The store received ribbons, certificates, and a plaque for the awards as well.
In the photo, pictured from left: Benton County Searchers Club leader Jamie Anderson; Brooke Anderson; Melissa Lucas, manager of Sedalia Tractor Supply Company; and Hannah Anderson. Photo submitted.