The building that housed 4-H exhibits and competitions at the South Dakota State Fair since the 1950s is coming down.
Huron City commissioners approved a request to help with the demolition of Clover Hall by providing a dump truck and pay-loader and waiving landfill fees.
State Fair Manager Jerome Hertel told commissioners he hopes tearing down the building will help with the effort to raise $4 million needed for the new 47,000 square foot building that will replace it.
He hopes Clover Hall is demolished this fall.
The campaign for a new building is taking donations over three years. Nearly $1.2 million has already been raised.
The new hall will feature multiple classrooms, a large kitchen for 4-H special foods competitions, year-round concessions and a performance stage.
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