FRANKFORT, Ind. (WLFI) - Folks in Clinton County kicked off their annual 4-H fair last weekend.
The 4-H hall officially opened up at the fairgrounds in Frankfort, though 4-H'ers have been working on their projects for weeks now.
A few events took place Sunday afternoon, including a tractor pull and a parade, but many of the ribbons will be handed out later in the fair.
4-H participants at the fair today said it's something they look forward to every year.
"It's fun and it's not competitive. It's just all, like, fun and games so you don't have to be, like, all mean to everybody say "Well, we won!" and everything like that. It's just all for fun," said Maddy Bower, a 4-H participant.
The Clinton County fair will continue through next Sunday.
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