A Cabool 4-H Club was one of 19 youth groups across Missouri awarded grants from the Missouri Department of Agriculture’s ‘Building Our American Communities’ program.
God’s Clover Patch will receive $500 toward its project which may include upgrades or additions to existing facilities, grounds or buildings, such as fairgrounds, parks or community centers used by local organizations. Nine FFA organizations and 10 4-H clubs were granted funding.
“Our FFA and 4-H youth are the future of Missouri’s agriculture industry and it is outstanding to see their efforts to make a difference for their communities through these projects,” said Director of Agriculture Richard Fordyce. “Congratulations to each of the organizations participating in the Building Our American Communities program, and to the communities benefiting from the youths’ service.”