A cast of thousands descended upon Clinton once again for the Apple and Pork Festival
DeWitt County Museum Director Joey Woolridge, indicated with the weather and
various food booths there was something for everyone. Woolridge says that the weekend
would be one of the last to feature a special exhibit on display at the Museum.
Billy Irvin, Museum board member, said that the Farm Museum was open to the public
with a host of antique tractors and a farm lighting display.
Clinton Police Chief Ben Lowers reported that the official estimate for the Sunday crowd
was 38,380 and 106,502 for the total weekend.