The annual Marion County Country Ham Days Festival is an opportunity for the community to showcase its hometown hospitality, southern charm and delicious food. But, the nightlife that fills the streets after official Ham Days festivities and events have ended has a tendency to get out of control.
According to Lebanon Police Chief Wally Brady, it’s nothing new for local law enforcement. He said they’ve been dealing with it for years.
But, for citizens who have never witnessed it, and for visitors who are new to the community, it can be disturbing.