The cooler weather on Saturday brought thousands into Clinton for the 50th Annual Apple N Pork Festival.
Joey Woolridge, DeWitt County Museum Director, indicated that the festival kicked off at 9am and the Museum and the grounds were full of people all day long. Woolridge notes that the proceeds from the Apple N Pork Festival go towards the uptake of the Museum.
Clinton Police Chief Ben Lowers says that the weather was perfect for the festival and was expecting the large crowd. Chief Lowers reminds that all of the emergency services at located at the corners of Woodlawn and Center streets.
Chief Lowers reports the official number for the first day of Apple N Pork is 68,122. The Apple N Pork Festival concludes Sunday from 9am-5pm in Clinton. Broadcasting resumes tomorrow from 11am-4pm.