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4-H Finds More Green in Country

You don’t have to be a country music fan to wish you had this lineup to help raise money for your program: Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire, Vince Gill, Faith Hill and Johnny Cash have songs on a new CD to raise money for 4-H.

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The CD, “Clover Country,” features 11 country acts whose members are 4-H alumni. Most of the songs are established country music hits, although “The Clown,” by Hillary Lindsey, was written for “Clover Country.”

The compilation sold nearly 30,000 copies within a few weeks of its March 25 release, according to Laura Phillips Garner, director of marketing and communications at the 4-H National Council.

The album costs $9.99 and is available through http://www.4-HMall.org, local 4-H programs and http://Amazon.com.

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