Walk or run to support this fundraiser for Anoka County 4-H! Funds will support healthy living programs, community service projects and scholarships for youth. We are thrilled to celebrate our 10-year anniversary this spring and you’re invited to participate in the way you feel most comfortable. You may run a route of your choosing, come to Bunker Hills Regional Park and run our marked route, or run an identified route at another Anoka County Park. This is a “fun run” and will not be timed.
On Saturday, April 24, our traditional 5K route will be marked at Bunker Hills Activities Center from 9 am to noon for you to run or walk in your own time. We will also provide maps for you to run the same distance at another Anoka County Park at a time that is convenient for you.
If you are unable to participate but still want to support this Anoka County 4-H fundraiser, donations can be made online to the Anoka County 4-H Program Fund. Please select "Add Special Instructions" and write "4-H Clover Dash" before submitting.
4-H Clover Dash information
Thank you for considering sponsorship of the 4-H Clover Dash. We are seeking your support of this event through a monetary donation or a donation of goods such as food, gift certificates, merchandise, or services.
For more information check out our sponsorship form. Any level of sponsorship is greatly appreciated!
Monetary donations can also be made online to the Anoka County 4-H Program Fund. Please select "Add Special Instructions" and write "4-H Clover Dash" before submitting.
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Registration available online at Midwest Events (small additional processing fee). If you need to pay by cash or check, contact Kim Ferguson at 763-324-3495 or firstname.lastname@example.org prior to completing an online registration.
First 150 people to register receive a pair of Fitsok sport socks. Registration closes at midnight on Tuesday, April 20. No registrations can be accepted after this date. Register by April 9 to guarantee a t-shirt.
Participants 11 yrs old and up - $25
Participants 10 yrs old and under - $15
You will have the option when you register to have your race packet and t-shirt mailed to you for an additional $5.
Packet pick up
To ensure social distancing, you may come to any of the following drive-up pick ups to receive your race packet including a t-shirt (if registered by April 9), can koozie, pair of Fitsok sport socks (for the first 150 registrants) and post-race snacks.
Pick up at the Bunker Hills Activities Center, 550 Bunker Lake Blvd NW, Andover, 55304
- April 22 from 3 - 7 p.m.
- April 23 from 3 - 7 p.m.
- April 24 from 9 a.m. - noon
For participants who prefer to receive their items via mail, we will gladly ship them for an additional $5. Select this option when you complete your online registration.
All registered participants will be included in a random prize drawing. Prizes will be available for pick up at our drive-up packet pick up times.
On Saturday, April 24, our traditional 5K route will be marked at Bunker Hills Activities Center from 9 am to noon for you to run or walk in your own time. We will also provide maps for you to run the same distance at another Anoka County Park at a time that is convenient for you or you can choose your own location.
2020 4-H Clover Dash Results (virtual event, no timed results)
2019 4-H Clover Dash Results
2018 4-H Clover Dash Results
2017 4-H Clover Dash Results
2016 4-H Clover Dash Results
2015 4-H Clover Dash Results
2014 4-H Clover Dash Results
2013 4-H Clover Dash Results
2012 4-H Clover Dash Results
2011 4-H Clover Dash Results
The Anoka County 4-H auction is now online on BetterWorld! 100% of all proceeds go to support this amazing cause! Take a look and please repost!
There are a variety of items available including Art & Collectibles, Gift Cards, Tickets, Home Goods, Garden & Outdoors, Entertainment, Travel, and more!
Bidding closes at 11:59 p.m. on Monday, April 19.
Layne Vermeulen, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development, Anoka County
Anna Gilbertson, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development, Anoka County
Kim Ferguson, Administrative Services Assistant, Anoka County