National 4-H Week – Top 5 Winners Revealed!

The 2021 National 4-H Week Theme was FIND YOUR SPARK! Displays were judged on eye appeal, neatness, conveying the theme message, originality, and local interest.

1st Place – Cheerful Workers 4-H – Lyster Parish Hall at corner of D & F near Urne

5th Place – Super Clovers 4-H Afterschool @ Cochrane-Fountain City School

Hill & Hollow Helping Hands – Hwy 95 at the Town of Cross

3rd Place – Hilltop Climbers 4-H Club – Corner of Hwys 10 & 37 at Tractor Central near Mondovi

Hilltop Climbers 4-H Club – 405 N Eau Claire St., Mondovi at Moats residence

Hilltop Climbers 4-H Club – 245 S Eau Claire St. at Alliance Bank in Mondovi

Clover 4-H – Pier 4 Cafe on Hwy 35 in Alma

4th Place – Clover 4-H – near Buena Vista Park in Alma

2nd Place – Golden Hornets 4-H @ Corner of Hwy 88 and E near Waumandee

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  1. Hilltop Climbers, Find your Spark and Light the 4-H Flame!!

  2. Cheerful workers! Loved all of the great things about 4H in the sign.

  3. Hilltop Climbers! Very festive and well put together!

  4. Our vote is for Hilltop Climbers- North Eau Claire Street – nice curb appeal. Go Hilltop Climbers! We are finding our spark ❤️

  5. Hilltop Climbers 4-H Club – 245 S Eau Claire St. at Alliance Bank in Mondovi

    I love how they used the 4-H clover in the center of their sparks.

  6. I definitely would choose Cheerful Workers display. So original, colorful and it ignited the sparks of my 4-H days many years ago. Keep the flame going‼️‼️

  7. Cheerful Workers! So inspirational with the colors and theme spread over the whole space! Well done guys ⚡️

  8. Nice job Cheerful Workers 4-H club. Really like how you tied the theme in with what 4-H is all about.

  9. Clover 4-H good solid club we’re the kids are number one

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