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4H Truck Raffle Winner

Colorado 4-H Foundation Director Rochelle Platter presented Foundation raffle truck winner Jacy Gardner of Baca County with his new Ford F-150 SuperCrew truck at Phil Long Ford in Colorado Springs on October 26.

Thanks to the hard work of hundreds of 4-H members, staff, volunteers, Colorado’s local Ford dealers and thousands of supporters statewide, the 2018 Colorado 4-H Foundation Truck Raffle Program yielded impressive results! A total of 36,100 tickets were sold, adding up to $146,643 in sales. Each of the top five fundraising counties sold over $7,000 in tickets and qualified for a $500 bonus.

The amount raised in sales by the top five counties totaled more than $65,000:

Weld County – $21,890.00
Garfield – $20,745.00
Elbert – $7,805.00
Larimer – $7,690.00
Chafee – $7,365.00!

Following is a ranking by sales of all extension counties that participated and benefitted from this year’s raffle truck program. Once again, that you to everyone for helping make it such a success!

La Plata – 6th
Teller – 7th
Jefferson – 8th
Eagle – 9th
Archuleta – 10th
Douglas – 11th
Otero – 12th
Summit – 13th
Montezuma – 14th
Baca – 15th
Grand County – 16th
Huerfano – 17th
San Luis Valley – 18th
Mesa – 19th
Gunnison – 20th
Arapahoe – 21st
Yuma – 22nd
Clear Creek – 23rd
Freemont – 24th
Routt – 25th
Lincoln – 26th
Pueblo – 27th
Boulder – 28th
Kit Carson -29th
Las Animas- 30th
Adams – 31st
Kiowa – 32nd
Sedgwick 33rd
Dolores – 34th
Bent – 35th
Crowley 36th
Phillips – 37th
Montrose-38th
Denver – 39th
Morgan – 40th
Washington – 41st
Logan – 42nd