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Town Council considers festival offer

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By Don Worthington

From a professional and personal standpoint, attorney Adam Foard says there is no reason the town of Pageland cannot be in the festival business.
“The Pageland Watermelon Festival is part of Pageland’s identity,” he told council members last Tuesday.
“I can’t fathom us not having the festival. A paramount concern is the prosperity of Pageland.”
The festival is the town’s largest event, attracting thousands of visitors for two days in July. It has operated on and off since 1951.  


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