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Lucky Leaf 4-H Club Fundraiser
Wednesday, January 16, 2008 • Posted January 15, 2008

Lucky Leaf 4-H Club is selling raffle tickets for their club fundraiser. The tickets are one dollar each and gives you (2) two changes to win a one half processed hog (approximately 180 pounds).

The raffle drawing will be on Saturday, January 26th during the Blanco County Stock Show sale at the Blanco County Show Barn in Johnson City. You do not need to be present to win.

Proceeds made from the fundraiser will benefit the club through programming and educational opportunities. You can buy tickets from any Lucky Leaf 4-H member or at one of these locations: In Blanco - Security State Bank and Trust, Blanco General, 4th Street Market, and Blanco Auto Parts. In Johnson City – Harvest House Farms, Johnson City National Bank, Ronnie’s Ice House, and Odiorne Feed Store.

4-H is an organization for youth, ages 9-18 (to compete) or 8 and in 3rd grade, that promotes hands-on learning and is based on parent and volunteer participation. 4-H welcomes all youth (and adult volunteers) from all backgrounds in all locales (rural and urban) regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, ancestry, marital status, age, sexual orientation, citizenship, or status as a covered veteran.

If you live in the Blanco area and are interested in learning new things and improving your leadership skills, then you need to get involved in Lucky Leaf 4-H Club. There are opportunities for youth to become members and officers. Parents and other adults can also get involved by helping with projects and activities.

Lucky Leaf 4-H meets monthly on the third Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at the Blanco EMS station (Loop 163). For information on how to join Blanco Lucky Leaf 4-H Club, please call Landa Lassberg @ 830-833-4275 (email: or the Blanco County Extension Office @ (830)868-7167.

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