Each year during the Kentucky State Fair, the West Hall becomes home to
Cloverville. This exhibit morphs into a village that allows 4-H participants
from across the state to display their skills and compete for champion honors.
Major project categories include: entomology, geology, forestry, electirc,
foods, horticulture, woodworking, clothing, knitting and crocheting, home
enviroment, consumer science management, technology, country hams and
photography. Come check out the diversity of skills that are developed and
offered through 4-H programming across the state.
The West Hall is also home to the Kentucky FFA exhibits showcasing the
commonwealth's best of the best among youth in agriculture. State and regional
stars in production, agri-business and placement are displayed alongside entries
of tobacco, hay, corn, floral arrangements, mechanics and woodworking; all
indictive of the positive difference that FFA is making in the young lives in
145 FFA chapters across the state.