Area Six 4-H clubs hailing from Adams and Grant counties gathered at Del's Feed and Farm Supply Monday, Jan. 13, to thank the business for supporting their programs by selling more than $300 worth of paper clovers in a fundraiser held last fall. 4-H representatives presented the staff with a certificate for going further than any other business in raising money for the club. Del's also donated two pallets full of shavings the kids used as bedding for their animal showings. The money raised is contributed to a $1,000 scholarship that is open to seniors who've been part of 4-H for at least four years, complete an essay and meet the grades requirements. Up next for the more than 100 members of the Area Six 4-H club includes volunteering in support of the upcoming Sandhill Crane Festival and cleaning up both the Othello cemetery grounds and Adams County Pet Rescue. "We try to do as many community service projects as we can," treasurer Pam Schmidt said. "We're out there all over doing everything we can ... It's not just about the fair and we do a lot of stuff all year long."