Show Me Clovers

Raise your hand to win $100 for your county


In 4-H, we believe in the power and future of America's youth. However, only one in three youth say they have the skills they need to handle what life throws their way. Together, we can change that! We're asking 4-H friends to "Show Me Clovers" by raising their hands for Missouri 4-H so that even more youth can benefit from the lifechanging opportunities that 4-H provides.

The five counties in Missouri with the most "Clovers" (alumni hands raised) will win $100! Help us grow the next generation of True Leaders — vote for your county now!

Voting is easy:


Raise your hand

Raise your hand

Fill out the form below to "show us" you are a Missouri 4-H alumni so that even more youth can benefit from 4-H.


Vote for your county

Vote for your county

Raising your hand is a vote towards a $100 award for the top five counties with the most "Clovers" (hands raised.)


Pay it forward

Pay it forward

Tweet, post and share your support using the hashtags #ShowMeClovers and #4HGrown, and ask your friends and family to raise their hands.

Read about some of our alumni

Show Me Clovers Top Counties

Numbers as of 10/15/2020

Dallas - 31
Franklin - 18
Lafayette - 15
Cooper - 9
Linn - 9

Vote now

All entries must be recorded by midnight on November 20, 2020 to be counted towards the contest. All fields required

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Mike Kateman 4-H Alumni story

Mike Kateman

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Elaine George

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