National 4-H Week #wi4hmovement Club Winners!

Let us know which is your Join the Wisconsin 4-H Movement themed National 4-H Week display or sign by voting for your favorite below. Individuals can vote by telling us what you like in the comments section.

#1 $50.00 prize – Golden Hornets 4-H located on Hwy 88 near Waumandee

4th place $15.00 winners – George and Rud Families of Hilltop Climbers 4-H located at Midtown Building Supply in Mondovi

Golden Hornets 4-H located at St. Bonafice Childcare in Waumandee

2nd place – $35.00 Moats Family of Hilltop Climbers 4-H located across from Mirror Lake in Mondovi

5th place $5 winner – Anderson Family of Hilltop Climbers 4-H located at Tractor Central on the corner of Hwys 10 & 37 in Mondovi

3rd place $25.00 winner -Clover 4-H located on Buena Vista Road in Alma

Cheerful Workers 4-H Club located at the Lyster Parish Hall near Urne

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  1. oops meant to say moats hilltop climbers keep moving sign!

  2. I vote for Hilltop Climbers – keep moving! I am – even with a stress fracture in my leg! Join me in 4-h!!! ❤️❤️

  3. Keep on moving in a positive way Hilltop Climbers 4-H club! Way to be positive!

  4. They all look amazing! I vote for Hilltop Climbers window!

  5. Be kind and positive. Proud of Owen doing all of the work himself.

  6. Hilltop Climbers window at Midtown Building Supply looks great!

  7. Belonging Together is what it’s all about. Way to go Hilltop Climbers!

  8. Great Job all. My vote is Golden Hornets seeing that sign daily makes me smile.

  9. Support Dairy all the way!! Thanks golden Hornets

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