Third annual Quiz Night benefits Missouri 4-H
- Published: Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Seventeen teams competed for charity at the third annual Missouri 4-H Foundation Quiz Night, Dec. 2, at Knights of Columbus Hall in Columbia.
“Thanks to the tremendous support of our 4-H partners and friends, together we raised more than $7,300 for Missouri 4-H,” said Rachel Augustine, director of the Missouri 4-H Foundation.
Alison Copeland, 4-H youth development specialist, welcomed players and challenged teams to test their trivia knowledge and compete in support of the University of Missouri Extension 4-H Youth Development Program. The “Clever Clovers of Cooper” took first place for the third year in a row.
Sponsors and supporters of the third annual Missouri 4-H Foundation Quiz Night included Jo Britt-Rankin; Kelli Jo Buettner; Alison Copeland; Larry and Ruth Ann Douglass; George Garner; Dana and Clay Haynes; Todd and Susan Higgins; David and Mary Holsinger; Bob and Pam Idel; Earl and Shari Niemeyer; Mizzou 4-H; Diane Olson; Linda Scorse; and Vivayic Inc.
Players won prizes donated by 1canoe2; Andy’s Frozen Custard; Antics Crafts; Melissa Applegate; Audrain County Pork Producers; Rachel Augustine; Sharon Burnham; Nancy Coleman; MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources; Crader Distributing and local Stihl dealers; Tammy Gillespie; Joan Hickman; Homebank of Centralia; Betty and Patty Hudnut; Logboat Brewing Co.; Missouri Life magazine; Kayla Metcalf; Donna Mobley; Peachtree Catering; Barbara Soehnlen; St. James Winery; Sydenstricker Implement Co.; Marla Tobin; Urban Chestnut Brewing Co.; What Ya Say Hearing, Visual, and Tactical; White Mulberry Ridge Fiber Arts; and Chris Willow.
The fourth annual Missouri 4-H Foundation Quiz Night will be held in the fall of 2018 at Knights of Columbus Hall in Columbia. For more information about sponsoring a round, registering a team or donating a raffle item, contact Chris Willow at 573-882-2680 or email@example.com.
About the Missouri 4-H Foundation
For more than 65 years, the Missouri 4-H Foundation has been the resource development partner of the MU Extension 4-H Youth Development Program, providing program funds, community service grants, higher education scholarships and volunteer recognition. MU Extension 4-H is a community of nearly 220,000 youths from across Missouri learning leadership, citizenship and life skills.