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CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas -- Stripes Convenience Stores is supporting the Texas 4-H Youth Development Foundation with a fundraising effort in selected Texas cities, according to a report in The Llano News. The effort, dubbed "Helping Today's Kids Become Tomorrow's Leaders," runs through Oct. 3.
To participate, customers may stop in at a Stripes convenience store in Wichita Falls, San Angelo, Midland, Odessa, Lubbock, Victoria or Houston and buy a 4-H clover cutout for $1. All proceeds will be donated to the local county 4-H program where the purchase was made, according to the report. Purchasers will receive a buy-one, get-one snack coupon.
4-H, a program by the Texas AgriLife Extenson Service, and is offered in each county of the state.
Stripes focuses its charitable efforts exclusively on programs designed to enhance the health and education of youth residing in the communities served by the company, the newspaper reported.