Corn fest wheels are in motion


Jim Campbell and Raymond Smith (at left) and other members of the Antique Power Club work on Tuesday to prepare the old sawmill for demonstrations to attendees at this year’s 41st Annual Clinton County Corn Festival. The family friendly salute to everything agriculture (and more) begins Friday and continues through Sunday at the fairgrounds. For a complete preview of the festival, see Thursday’s News Journal and wnewsj.com.

Jim Campbell and Raymond Smith (at left) and other members of the Antique Power Club work on Tuesday to prepare the old sawmill for demonstrations to attendees at this year’s 41st Annual Clinton County Corn Festival. The family friendly salute to everything agriculture (and more) begins Friday and continues through Sunday at the fairgrounds. For a complete preview of the festival, see Thursday’s News Journal and wnewsj.com.


Tom Barr | News Journal

Jim Campbell and Raymond Smith (at left) and other members of the Antique Power Club work on Tuesday to prepare the old sawmill for demonstrations to attendees at this year’s 41st Annual Clinton County Corn Festival. The family friendly salute to everything agriculture (and more) begins Friday and continues through Sunday at the fairgrounds. For a complete preview of the festival, see Thursday’s News Journal and wnewsj.com.

Jim Campbell and Raymond Smith (at left) and other members of the Antique Power Club work on Tuesday to prepare the old sawmill for demonstrations to attendees at this year’s 41st Annual Clinton County Corn Festival. The family friendly salute to everything agriculture (and more) begins Friday and continues through Sunday at the fairgrounds. For a complete preview of the festival, see Thursday’s News Journal and wnewsj.com.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/09/web1_DSC_0153.jpgJim Campbell and Raymond Smith (at left) and other members of the Antique Power Club work on Tuesday to prepare the old sawmill for demonstrations to attendees at this year’s 41st Annual Clinton County Corn Festival. The family friendly salute to everything agriculture (and more) begins Friday and continues through Sunday at the fairgrounds. For a complete preview of the festival, see Thursday’s News Journal and wnewsj.com. Tom Barr | News Journal

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