Cooking 150 thank-you hamburgers


As a way to show appreciation to the local businesses and individuals who, with their dollars, support 4-H youth at the Clinton County Junior Fair livestock auctions, there is a tradition to cook and pass out free hamburger sandwiches to those buyers during intermission at the sales. From left are Dave Seaman and Chad Seaman, in the process of flipping three racks of hamburger patties. There were 150 hamburgers distributed during the Friday livestock sales event.


As a way to show appreciation to the local businesses and individuals who, with their dollars, support 4-H youth at the Clinton County Junior Fair livestock auctions, there is a tradition to cook and pass out free hamburger sandwiches to those buyers during intermission at the sales. From left are Dave Seaman and Chad Seaman, in the process of flipping three racks of hamburger patties. There were 150 hamburgers distributed during the Friday livestock sales event.

As a way to show appreciation to the local businesses and individuals who, with their dollars, support 4-H youth at the Clinton County Junior Fair livestock auctions, there is a tradition to cook and pass out free hamburger sandwiches to those buyers during intermission at the sales. From left are Dave Seaman and Chad Seaman, in the process of flipping three racks of hamburger patties. There were 150 hamburgers distributed during the Friday livestock sales event.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_hamburgers_at_sales_p_f.jpgAs a way to show appreciation to the local businesses and individuals who, with their dollars, support 4-H youth at the Clinton County Junior Fair livestock auctions, there is a tradition to cook and pass out free hamburger sandwiches to those buyers during intermission at the sales. From left are Dave Seaman and Chad Seaman, in the process of flipping three racks of hamburger patties. There were 150 hamburgers distributed during the Friday livestock sales event.
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