4-H Youth and the Lucky Clover Golf Tournament

The youth are our future.  Everyone has heard or made that statement before.  Well, now is the time to invest in our future!  The youth of Bosque County 4-H continue moving forward to the next steps in their lives. Those steps may be high school, college, technical school or the work force.  The 4-H continues preparing youth not only to be productive members of society, but confident leaders throughout their lives.  The 4-H is dependent upon YOU to make this possible, through donations, sponsorship and volunteering your time and knowledge.

Here is a great chance to continue, or to begin, making a difference in the lives of the youth in Bosque County.  The Lucky Clover Golf Tournament is Bosque 4-H’s largest fundraiser of the year and supports many different youth development programs and activities including Texas 4-H Congress, County Camp, Leadership Lab, and State and District Competitions and Scholarships.

The 20th Annual Lucky Clover Golf Tournament will be held at Bosque Valley Golf Course on Saturday, May 19th. You can register as an individual and be placed on a team, or submit any or all team members with required information and entry fee.  You can register online at https://bosque.agrilife.org/ , at the Extension office (254) 435-2331, or at Bosque Valley Golf Course.  The cost is $50/person or $200/team which includes green fees, soft drinks, sausage wraps and a steak dinner (golf cart is extra).  The prizes are:   First – $280, Second -$240, Third – $200, plus 3 random $100 payouts.  Awards will follow each flight.

Playing in the tournament is not the only way to contribute.  You can also join many individuals and businesses that see the value in supporting the 4-H youth in Bosque County by sponsoring the tournament with various donations – any contribution is valued.  The 4-H Youth Development Program exists to raise up future leaders, instill character, and teach responsibility to our young.  Come and help make a difference in the youth of Bosque County!  For more information please call the Extension office at 254-435-2331.

 

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