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CHS Students Very Busy During Apple and Pork Weekend

The weekend of the annual Apple and Pork Festival is busy for much of the community especially the students of Clinton schools.


Clinton High School Principal Jerry Wayne indicates the Apple and Pork Festival is the biggest fundraiser for a few of his student groups. Students are involved through parking cars at the high school or through various groups on the museum grounds.



While students may return to classes Monday morning tired, he believes the opportunity is great for them. 



The Apple n' Pork Festival is this Saturday and Sunday.


Among the high school groups participating will the groups parking cars at the high school but the M-Squad has their caramel apple booth on the CH Moore Homestead grounds. The FFA sells pork chops on the 4-H fairgrounds across the covered bridge and the Interact Club helps at the Rotary's pulled pork tent. 

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