Powering up Corn Festival


The menfolk at the Clinton County Corn Festival on Friday afternoon were checking out power equipment and, in at least one instance, the sky for rain clouds. The festival continues Saturday and Sunday — on Saturday featuring a downtown parade in the morning and the Corn Olympics in the evening.

The menfolk at the Clinton County Corn Festival on Friday afternoon were checking out power equipment and, in at least one instance, the sky for rain clouds. The festival continues Saturday and Sunday — on Saturday featuring a downtown parade in the morning and the Corn Olympics in the evening.


The 2015 Clinton County Corn Festival was up and running Friday to start three days of festivities at the fairgrounds. In the right foreground is a 6-horsepower McCormick-Deering motor made by International Harvester Co., Chicago, Ill. Before rural power became the norm, these machines were used to provide temporary power for a multitude of uses, said its co-owner, Greg Shultz of Sligo, the man wearing the cap behind this piece of equipment.


The menfolk at the Clinton County Corn Festival on Friday afternoon were checking out power equipment and, in at least one instance, the sky for rain clouds. The festival continues Saturday and Sunday — on Saturday featuring a downtown parade in the morning and the Corn Olympics in the evening.

The 2015 Clinton County Corn Festival was up and running Friday to start three days of festivities at the fairgrounds. In the right foreground is a 6-horsepower McCormick-Deering motor made by International Harvester Co., Chicago, Ill. Before rural power became the norm, these machines were used to provide temporary power for a multitude of uses, said its co-owner, Greg Shultz of Sligo, the man wearing the cap behind this piece of equipment.

The menfolk at the Clinton County Corn Festival on Friday afternoon were checking out power equipment and, in at least one instance, the sky for rain clouds. The festival continues Saturday and Sunday — on Saturday featuring a downtown parade in the morning and the Corn Olympics in the evening.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/09/web1_rain_clouds_f.jpgThe menfolk at the Clinton County Corn Festival on Friday afternoon were checking out power equipment and, in at least one instance, the sky for rain clouds. The festival continues Saturday and Sunday — on Saturday featuring a downtown parade in the morning and the Corn Olympics in the evening.

The 2015 Clinton County Corn Festival was up and running Friday to start three days of festivities at the fairgrounds. In the right foreground is a 6-horsepower McCormick-Deering motor made by International Harvester Co., Chicago, Ill. Before rural power became the norm, these machines were used to provide temporary power for a multitude of uses, said its co-owner, Greg Shultz of Sligo, the man wearing the cap behind this piece of equipment.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/09/web1_shultz_f.jpgThe 2015 Clinton County Corn Festival was up and running Friday to start three days of festivities at the fairgrounds. In the right foreground is a 6-horsepower McCormick-Deering motor made by International Harvester Co., Chicago, Ill. Before rural power became the norm, these machines were used to provide temporary power for a multitude of uses, said its co-owner, Greg Shultz of Sligo, the man wearing the cap behind this piece of equipment.