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Over 62,000 Attend Day 1 of Apple n' Pork Festival

The 53rd edition of the Apple n' Pork Festival saw an enormous day one crowd.

 

Authorities report 62,960 people attended the Apple n' Pork Festival Saturday. With cloudless skies and temperatures in the 70s all day, the weather was nothing short of ideal, and Director of the CH Moore Homestead Joey Woolridge says there's plenty to bring people to Clinton.

 

 

Several vendors either sold out of their food on Saturday or were questioning how much food should they plan for later in the day. The Blue Ridge soccer programs helped Nathan Lippert set a pace to sell out of nine kettles of ham n' beans on Saturday.

 

 

Lippert indicates they were running out of to-go containers for the ham n' beans heading into Sunday. He is advising folks wanting ham n' beans to-go, to bring a non-plastic container.

 

The Apple n' Pork Festival resumes Sunday. 

 

 

 

 

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IDPH is adopting CDC recommendations for the Pfizer booster

THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH IS ADOPTING C-D-C RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE PFIZER COVID-19 VACCINE.

 

THE GUIDELINES ARE OUT AND STATE PUBLIC HEALTH DIRECTOR DOCTOR NGOZI EZIKE OFFERS THE DETAILS.

 

 

ACCORDING TO THE LATEST GUIDANCE, THOSE THAT SHOULD GET THE VACCINE INCLUDE SENIORS, ESPECIALLY THOSE LIVING IN LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES, AS WELL AS THOSE AGE 50 TO 64 WITH UNDERLYING MEDICAL CONDITIONS. STATE PUBLIC HEALTH DIRECTOR DOCTOR NGOZI  EZIKE SAYS THE BOOSTER ADDS AN EXTRA LAYER OF PROTECTION FOR THOSE MOST VULNERABLE.

 

 

EZIKE SAYS THE BOOSTER IS GIVEN SIX MONTHS AFTER THE INITIAL TWO DOSES. YOUNGER PEOPLE WITH UNDERLYING MEDICAL CONDITIONS OR THOSE WORKING IN JOBS WITH INCREASED EXPOSURE TO THE PUBLIC ARE ALSO ENCOURAGED TO CONSIDER THE SHOT.

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Governor JB Pritzker signs new legislative district maps

GOVERNOR J-B PRITZKER IS SIGNING REVISED LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT MAPS INTO LAW. 

 

THE POLITICAL BOUNDARIES WERE DRAWN THIS SUMMER TO REFLECT NEW CENSUS DATA. REPRESENTATIVE ANN WILLIAMS OF CHICAGO WAS A STRONG BACKER OF THE PROPOSAL WHEN IT WAS DEBATED ON THE HOUSE FLOOR BACK IN AUGUST.

 

 

THE GOVERNOR SAYS THE NEW MAPS TAKE INTO ACCOUNT CENSUS DATA RELEASED THIS SUMMER AND REFLECT THE DIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS.

REPUBLICAN LAWMAKERS HAVE BEEN CRITICAL ALL ALONG, CALLING FOR AN INDEPENDENT COMMISSION TO DRAW THE NEW POLITICAL BOUNDARIES INSTEAD OF JUST DEMOCRATS. THAT INCLUDES G-O-P REPRESENTATIVE AVERY BOURNE OF LITCHFIELD.

 

 

DEMOCRATS NOTE THAT MORE THAN 50 PUBLIC HEARINGS HAVE BEEN HELD STATEWIDE DURING THE REDISTRICTING PROCESS.

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Apple n' Pork Festival Set for Return This Weekend

The largest event in Clinton will return this weekend as the Apple n' Pork Festival resumes after a very limited event last year due to COVID.

 

Director of the CH Moore Homestead and DeWitt County Museum, Joey Woolridge indicates many of your food favorites are back this year. She also points out 4-H is going to do a demonstration this weekend. 

 

 

Back is live music thanks to Exelon. Woolridge is excited about a Lincoln impersonator that will be making his way around the grounds. Additionally, be on the lookout for a magician.

 

 

The flea market is back this year. Woolridge indicates there's always a great variety of wares to be found at the flea market to the north of the homestead grounds.

 

 

Tours for the Museum will be taking place but Woolridge says they are going to be following all the indoor protocols for COVID being recommended by health authorities.

 

 

The jury is still out as to whether we will see a large turnout or a suppressed turnout. Woolridge believes we could see a big attendance for this year's festival because of the anticipation of its return but also people are desiring something to do and this offers an almost exclusive outdoor environment for fun this weekend.

 

 

Homestead leaders and authorities remind there are no pets allowed on the grounds of the homestead. There will be some groups absent from this year's festival but most of the favorites are back again.

 

The Festival runs from 9 am to 5 pm on Saturday and Sunday. 

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Tense Exchanges Highlight Marina Discussion at Thursday Night County Board Meeting

Tensions were high as the DeWitt County Board debated the merits of a contract extension versus the expiration of the Marina operator Thursday night.

 

Board members were considering an extension of the marina management contract, currently with Joe Caldwell and 1125 Property Management. Marina Chairman Dan Matthews laid out several areas of focus for the proposed two-year contract.

 

 

Jay Wickenhauser did not think moving forward with the two-year extension was a good idea. He offered the financial picture the County has faced under the contract and it shows the County losing money.

 

 

Former Board Chair David Newberg, who was among a handful of Board members that were on the Board when the first contract was agreed to, indicated if the contract is not renewed, there is an automatic one-year extension. State's Attorney Dan Markwell explained the arrangement.

 

 

Board member Aaron Kammeyer says the Marina needs a lot of attention and felt continuing with 1125 Property Management for two years would help continue with the urgency of addressing those needs.

 

 

Matthews believes the County has three options as it relates to the Marina. He says to continue with 1125 Property Management, have the County run the Marina, or sell the Marina.

 

 

Melonie Tilley was concerned about extending the contract two years, there is no change in the financial losses the County is experiencing. Kammayer pointed out there is no other plan in place otherwise and believes the needs of the marina need to be prioritized. Newberg believes extending the contract gives both parties the time to renegotiate. 

 

 

Matthews pointed to the contract with the EMS service as a contract that continues to roll over. He believes the marina contract was intended to be a similarly constructed contract.

 

 

The contract extension proposal failed, however, a second proposal to terminate the contract and rebid was put on the table later in the meeting. Tensions increased as Kammeyer called out Wickenhauser for making this personal. Board member Travis Houser questioned if terminating the contract at the end of the year would leave the County enough time to renegotiate or find a new operator. 

 

 

Buck Carter, who voted to not extend the contract for two years, offered his thoughts on not terminating the contract citing both parties recognizing a need for renegotiation and better terms.

 

 

The termination of the contract proposal failed. 

 

Thursday night, the County Board also:

 

>>Approved selling 75 acres across from the marina

 

>>Approved John David Vance to the Rutledge Empire Drainage District

 

>>Approved repairs to three front doors for the County Building at a cost of roughly $73-hundred

 

>>Approved replacing the fire alarm system of the County Building for $29,900

 

>>Approved the purchase of ten computers at a cost of over $9100

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Clinton Police Chief Offers Reminders of Apple n' Pork Weekend

The Apple n' Pork Festival returns to Clinton in 2021 and local authorities are reminding festival-goers of the dos and don'ts of Apple n' Pork weekend.

 

Opinions vary on if it will be a big crowd or if COVID will keep the crowds limited. Clinton Police Chief Ben Lowers says no matter the crowd size, everyone needs to remain patient navigating traffic and the crowds and the road closures.

 

 

An annual reminder to attendees is to leave pets at home. Chief Lowers reminds that is a rule of the Homestead and Museum. Additionally, as golf carts become increasingly popular in Clinton, the Chief notes those are not to be driven on Center Street when it is closed this weekend.

 

 

Center Street in Clinton closes from Woodlawn to the railroad track on by the old Save A Lot store. Chief says to plan for congestion in Clinton, especially on the north side of the community, and encourages those that park on or near the highway and Business 51 to consider driving into town and parking in town and supporting area groups who are coordinating parking. 

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City of Lincoln Considering Proposal to Turn Over Community Parks Care to Park District

The Lincoln Park District is lobbying the City of Lincoln to turn over the maintenance of city parks to them.

 

Lincoln Mayor Tracy Welch explains the City has been approached by the Park District for them to take over maintenance of city parks. He says the Park District is a taxing body like the City of Lincoln and has been trying to work this out for a few years now. 

 

 

Mayor Welch believes the Park District has some unique ideas and notes they do have the opportunity to access grants to improve community parks. He says there are several community components to this proposal.

 

 

The proposal doesn't come without hesitation from the Mayor's perspective and some on the City Council. He explains there's been a lot of criticism that the Park District has its troubles maintaining the properties it's already charged with, among others.

 

 

According to Mayor Welch, the Park District did a temporary tax increase a few years ago to renovated its pool. They propose to keep that tax increase in place for maintenance on the parks however, there is a portion of Lincolnites that believe that is a tax increase, something the Mayor would not be in favor of.

 

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The Mayor says because of the skepticism that exists regarding the Park District's ability to maintain city parks, there is a proposal to give the park district a short amount of time with a few parks to prove they are up to the task.

 

The Mayor says this is a conversation that will continue to evolve and believes there is a deal to be reached that will best serve the community. 

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Willow Tree Missions of Piatt County Continues Progress Inside Downtown Facility

A Piatt County non-profit continues its work to restore its new downtown Monticello location and make it ready to host a retail space and temporary housing for domestic violence victims.

 

Part of the renovation has been the discovery of hardwood for Willow Tree Missions and Executive Director Rachel LeJune says that was exciting for them. They believe it is over 100-year old hardwood and they will work to preserve it, as they are doing with the whole building. 

 

 

As the renovation continues, LeJune says they are working to get the fire suppression system in place. That will be quite the undertaking but almost everything else appears to be cosmetic like updated, energy-efficient lighting.

 

 

This past Saturday, there was a volunteer workday in the morning. LeJune points out they are always accepting groups or individuals seeking to volunteer and help out. You can reach her via email at rachel@willowtreemissions.org or on the Willow Tree Missions Facebook page. 

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IDPH Talks Similarities Between COVID, Flu Symptoms

THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH SAYS SYMPTOMS OF THE FLU AND COVID-19 ARE QUITE SIMILAR. 

 

FEVER, CHILLS, COUGH, FATIGUE, SORE THROAT, STUFFY OR RUNNY NOSE, HEADACHES AND THE LIKE ARE COMMON SIGNS OF BOTH INFLUENZA AND COVID SAYS PUBLIC HEALTH SPOKESPERSON MELANEY ARNOLD.

 

 

WHILE THE FEAR OF GETTING COVID IS STILL PRESENT, IT COULD JUST BE THE FLU SAYS ARNOLD.

 

 

PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS URGE THOSE CONCERNED TO GET TESTED. VISIT: CORONAVIRUS DOT ILLINOIS DOT GOV TO FIND A NEARBY TESTING LOCATION.

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Farmers Should Have Proper Mapping of Fields in Event of Emergency

More messaging during National Farm Safety and Health Week. Amy Rademaker serves as Farm Safety Specialist for Carle Foundation Hospital. She continues to promote proper rest and breaks during harvest season. She also reminds farmers to have proper mapping laid out so everyone in the operation knows how to get to all fields in the event of an emergency.

 

 

She also reminds us that proper nutrition along with hydration remains key during harvest season.

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Education Secretary in Illinois

The U.S. Secretary of Education was in Palatine to see how K-12 education was moving forward during the pandemic. Miguel Cardona says that students learn best in the classroom and there is more federal money available for schools to not only get kids back up to speed but ahead of where they were.

 

 

Cardona also recognized the 18 Blue Ribbon schools in Illinois.

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Clinton Man Found Dead at Clinton Lake

A 65-year old Clinton man is dead after a Tuesday incident at Clinton Lake. 

 

At approximately 9:45 am, authorities were called to the Valley Mill Fishing Access area at Clinton Lake for a suspicious gray truck teetering on the edge of the lake. A body was seen floating near the truck, identified 65-year old Allan W. Bell of Clinton. 

 

DNR authorities utilized sonar in the surrounding waters and found nothing further of significance. 

 

Assisting DNR authorities were the DeWitt County Coroner's office, the DeWitt County Sheriff's Office, DeWitt County EMS, Clinton Fire Department, the Illinois State Police, and Illinois State Police Crime Scene Investigators. 

 

The incident is being considered accidental at this time pending an investigation. 

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It's Flu Shot Season Again

THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH IS REMINDING PEOPLE TO GET THEIR ANNUAL FLU SHOT.

 

IT'S RECOMMENDED THAT EVERYONE SIX MONTHS AND OLDER RECEIVE THE FLU VACCINE, AND IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT AS THE PANDEMIC CONTINUES SAYS STATE PUBLIC HEALTH SPOKESPERSON MELANEY ARNOLD.

 

 

AND FOR THE DOUBTERS...

 

 

THIS YEAR'S VACCINE OFFERS PROTECTION AGAINST FOUR STRAINS OF THE FLU. ARNOLD SAYS IF YOU HAVEN'T BEEN VACCINATED AGAINST COVID-19 YET, YOU CAN GET THAT AT THE SAME TIME AS YOUR FLU SHOT.

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Illinois State University Facing $25-Million Shortfall For COVID Expenses

On her 82nd day in office, Illinois State University's first female President is touting vaccination rates among the school's students, faculty, and staff but detailed financial hardships during the pandemic.

 

In her first address as President, Dr. Terri Goss Kinzy said the University is funded at 43 percent lower than the statewide average, as the University received over 69-million dollars in the past year. Compared to the rest of the state, Dr. Kinzy said the University received an average of $3,820 per student compared to the statewide average of $6,689 per student.

 

 

Dr. Kinzy said the University is facing a budget shortfall of $25 million for COVID-related expenses. Despite the shortfalls, Dr. Kenzy said the University did receive $16 million from the CARES Act, $25 million from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund, and $44 million in the third round of funding from the American Rescue Plan.

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Cold Front Moving Through Illinois

A push of fall-like weather. That’s how DTN agriculture meteorologist John Baranick describes this week in Illinois.

 

 

Climatological fall began on Sept. 1, but astronomical fall begins on Wednesday.

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Clinton Board of Education Discusses Testing for Unvaccinated Staff, Quarantined Students

Shield testing could be coming to Clinton schools for unvaccinated staffers and students sent home due to quarantine. 

 

At the Tuesday night Clinton Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Curt Nettles informed the board of an opportunity for joining Richland Community College's shield testing program. To make things as convenient as possible, Nettles proposed bringing the testing to the Richland campus adjacent to the school district campus.

 

 

There is a component of the program that would train staff to test students so they can remain in school as a close contact. According to Nettles, the students would be tested with a parent's permission but he would hope to purchase test supplies to have on hand.

 

 

An added layer to the testing would be gathering the insurance information of students. Nettles explains the goal is to keep as many kids in school as possible.

 

 

According to Nettles, he had hoped to have a contract for the testing ahead of the meeting but did not. He was directed by the school board to pursue getting supplies for the testing program. 

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Annual Baum Chevrolet Buick Car Show to Benefit Clinton YMCA's Camp Osage

The annual Baum Chevrolet Buick Car Show Sunday of the Apple n' Pork Festival will benefit the Clinton YMCA's Camp Osage program.

 

Janell Baum-Thomas is the Marketing Director for Baum Chevrolet and indicates registration for the annual show kicks off bright and early at 9 am Sunday with over a dozen categories of cars. She indicates the show is always a big hit for a lot of people during the Apple n' Pork Festival.

 

 

Proceeds from this year's car show will benefit the Clinton YMCA's Camp Osage summer program. The community lost David Torbert in February and he was not only a former employee of Baum Chevrolet Buick but he was passionate about youth programming through the Y.

 

 

Among the vehicles will be the Clinton YMCA's recognizable green bus and YMCA Executive Director Rennie Cluver says a lot of funds raised from Sunday's car show will likely be used to help maintain the bus as it is a big part of the things the Y does during the summer Camp Osage program.

 

 

You can purchase raffle tickets for the Sunday drawing by stopping into the Baum Chevrolet Buick Quick Lube, the cashier window at the main dealership, or at Baum's Farmer City location. You can get more information by finding the Baum Chevrolet Buick Facebook page or calling 217-935-3156. 

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Weekly Crop Report

IT WAS A WARM WEEK WITH PLENTY OF TIME IN THE FIELDS AS WE HEAR IN THE WEEKLY CROP REPORT.

 

THE STATEWIDE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE THIS PAST WEEK WAS MORE THAN 73 DEGREES THAT'S SEVEN DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. BELOW AVERAGE RAIN LEFT NEARLY ALL SEVEN DAYS AVAILABLE FOR FIELDWORK. CROP STATISTICIAN STEVE PARN SAYS 72 PERCENT OF CORN IS NOW MATURE.

 

 

PARN LOOKS AT SOYBEANS.

 

 

AVERAGE STATEWIDE TOPSOIL MOISTURE STANDS AT 11 PERCENT VERY SHORT, 27 PERCENT SHORT, 61 PERCENT ADEQUATE AND ONE PERCENT SURPLUS.

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This is National Farm Safety, Health Week

THIS IS NATIONAL FARM SAFETY AND HEALTH WEEK.

 

THE WEEK KICKS OFF WITH A MESSAGE TO THE PUBLIC SAYS ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE SPOKESPERSON KRISTA LISSER.

 

 

LISSER SAYS FARMERS NEED TO PAY ATTENTION TO THEIR OWN HEALTH NEEDS AS WELL.

 

 

THE STATE RECENTLY LAUNCHED AN EFFORT TO INCREASE MENTAL HEALTH INITIATIVES FOR FARMERS STATEWIDE. LISSER SAYS THE PUBLIC MUST DO ITS PART, BY SLOWING DOWN AND GIVING LARGE FARM EQUIPMENT ON THE ROADS PLENTY OF ROOM.

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October Could Bring Frost to Corn Belt

It’s been a warm September for much of the Corn Belt, but that’s about to change when the calendar turns to October says Mike McClellan with Mobile Weather in Washington, Illinois.

 

 

The first day of astronomical fall is Wednesday.

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Large Animal Rescue Training for Rural Responders

First responder and farmer training being promoted as part of National Farm Safety and Health Week. Dave Newcomb is with the Illinois Fire Service Institute. He offers things like grain bin extrication and tractor rollover training. Newcomb also provides livestock animal rescue training.

 

 

Newcomb partners with many county farm bureaus throughout the state to offer training for first responders and farmers.

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Gov. Pritzker Gives Update on Vaccine Mandate

HERE'S AN UPDATE ON COVID-19 VACCINATION MANDATES FOR CERTAIN ILLINOIS WORKERS. 

 

UNDER GOVERNOR J-B PRITZKER'S ORDERS, ALL PRE-K THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS AND STAFF, COLLEGE STUDENTS AND STAFF AND HEALTHCARE WORKERS WERE SUPPOSED TO HAVE RECEIVED THEIR FIRST DOSE OF THE VACCINE BY THIS PAST SUNDAY, AND BE FULLY VACCIANTED WITHIN A MONTH. HE WAS ASKED TODAY (MONDAY) IF THIS MANDATE WILL CONTRIBUTE TO THE CURRENT WORKER SHORTAGE.

 

 

HE'S HOPEFUL PEOPLE WILL COMPLY.

 

 

WORKERS IN THIS CATEGORY WHO DO NOT GET VACCINATED MUST SUBMIT TO ROUTINE TESTING. AS FOR STATE EMPLOYEES STAFFING PRISONS, VETERANS HOMES, NURSING HOMES AND THE LIKE, THEY NOW HAVE UNTIL NOVEMBER 18 TO GET FULLY VACCINATED.

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Clinton YMCA Looks Forward to Return of Apple n' Pork Festival

Last year, the Clinton YMCA was among a small handful of community groups to try to make up for the cancellation of the Apple n' Pork Festival and looks forward to the return of the full in-person event this year.

 

Executive Director Rennie Cluver told Regional Radio on the WHOW Morning Show Monday not having an event in 2020 was tough on their finances. He indicates it's going to be an important year of Apple n' Pork because of an upward trend in the Y.

 

 

According to Cluver, the YMCA rarely earmarks the funds from Apple n' Pork for specific purposes. He explains it goes into a general fund that does a variety of things for them and is an immense help in yearly budgeting.

 

 

Budgeting for the upcoming year will begin soon and Cluver indicates after membership dues and program fees, the Y needs to raise around $150,000 a year.

 

 

Cluver indicates the Y does in two days of fundraising what would take several other events throughout the course of the year. He also enjoys seeing everyone that supports the YMCA throughout the course of the year and makes a point to stop by its booth on the Homestead grounds.

 

 

Cluver indicates one thing the Y will have to deal with, like many other local non-profits, is sharing volunteers who will be doing work for other groups on the grounds of the homestead and in other parts of the community. 

 

The YMCA will be serving pork cutlet sandwiches again in 2021. 

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Clinton Sales Taxes Continue Positive Trajectory; Clinton City Council Talks Apple n' Pork

The Clinton City Council Monday heard more positive reports regarding the latest sales tax figures.

 

Clinton Commissioner of Finance Tom Edmonds says the latest report shows taxes are nearly $200,000 ahead of this time last year.

 

 

Commissioner of Streets and Public Improvements, Ken Buchanan reminded residents Center Street will be closed from the railroad tracks at the old Save A Lot location to Woodlawn and Business 51. 

 

 

Commissioner John Wise indicated the Illinois EPA did an inspection of the water treatment plant and points out there were minimal improvements pointed out.

 

 

The Council approved bids for building lots for $25,000 and out lots for $2,000. One bid for a building lot was withdrawn and another bid for $1,000 on the out lot was rejected. 

 

Last month, Steve Lobb informed the Council of a grant opportunity to improve a stretch of the sidewalk by Lincoln School in Clinton. The Council approved moving forward on the financial commitment portion of that opportunity.

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53rd Apple n' Pork Festival to Look, Feel Normal

The 53rd edition of the Apple n' Pork Festival returns this weekend to a full in-person event.

 

Last year's Festival was a drive-thru ham and bean meal with a few other groups doing scaled-down events as well. Director of the CH Moore Homestead, Joey Woolridge explains the annual festival is a fundraiser for the upkeep of the Homestead and Museum.

 

 

According to Woolridge, each year, the funds raised from the Apple n' Pork Festival would go to restoring a room in the house. With so many rooms, it took a lot of festivals to restore the whole house. This year, the funds will help in the house's ongoing painting project.

 

 

As the festival grew, Clinton and DeWitt County non-profits began to join in on the festival with a portion of their proceeds going back to the Homestead.

 

 

Most of your food favorites will be back again this year along with musical entertainment provided by Exelon. The flea market returns and trams are planning to be running again in 2021. 

 

Get more information by finding the Apple n' Pork Festival on Facebook. 

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