If you waited in line for the always and consistently busy kettle corn at the bridge of the CH Moore Homestead grounds, you were benefiting a pair of groups.
Randy Workman is the Clinton High School golf coach and indicates the sales of their Apple n' Pork stand will allow the golfers to purchase really nice polos for a very good rate and to allow the school to afford a JV program.
The #EvanStrong Foundation started benefiting from the sales of the kettle corn on Sunday last year. Workman says this last year they gave out their first scholarships in honor of his son Evan.
Over the years the kettle corn stand at the Apple n' Pork festival has benefited the cheerleading squad, the football, baseball and golf programs. Workman says it's an easy operation they have down to a science anymore.
The Clinton High School golf team sent juniors Mac Hickman and Chase Reynolds to the Metamora Sectional Monday in Class 2A action. We'll have more on that on Regional Radio News.