Wednesday, September 12, 2012 at 5:00 am (Updated: September 12, 5:01 am)
Anyone who has spent any time in Marion County knows that the end of September is a busy time. I learned that the hard way when I moved here seven years ago - on the Friday of Ham Days weekend.
But the 2012 festival may be unlike anything Lebanon has seen.
Ham Days always brings a crowd on its own, but people will have even more reasons to visit than the ham breakfast, contests and the Pigasus Parade this year.
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