Tractor Supply raises funds for 4-H
Tractor Supply Company, the largest retail farm and ranch supply chain in the United States, and the National 4-H Council announced the fundraising results of their Paper Clover Campaign, which raised $763,283 Oct. 9-8.
The Carson City store raised $915 and the Minden store raised $1,838.
Seventy percent of funds raised benefit state and local 4-H youth development program activities in communities where Tractor Supply stores are located. Thirty percent of the total funds are donated to the National 4-H Council to support its national 4-H initiatives.
With the more than $1.5 million raised this year, Tractor Supply has contributed almost $6.5 million in four years to 4-H programs across the country.
The next Paper Clover Campaign will run from April 23 to May 3. For more information, go to www.TractorSupply.com or www.4-H.org.
Infrared yoga studio open in Carson
HotSpot Yoga Studio and Fitness Defined opened at 195 E. Winnie Lane.
The center offers private and small-group training, massages and more.
For more information, call Monica at 775-250-6343.