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The Clinton Rotary Club's pulled pork sandwich tent can be smelled for blocks at the Apple n' Pork festival on a yearly basis and the sales from the sandwiches and pickles go to a variety of places.
 
Tom Reddington with the Clinton Rotary Club indicates the sales from their yearly tent helps to support Rotary efforts both locally and abroad.
 
 
Reddington says the Clinton Rotary Club is fortunate to have the Apple n' Pork Festival to rely to help them further their efforts in the community.
 
 
The Clinton High School Interact Club, which Rotary sponsors, also helps out and according to Cody Monkman, adult sponsor for the Interact Club says it's a great opportunity of exposure for the kids, who receive a portion of the proceeds from the weekend.
 
 
Rotary begins their preparations for the pulled pork at about 7 am each morning. Reddington indicates most years the Rotary tent is going to sell out of their sandwiches. 

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