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04/10/11 — Pig in the Park

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Pig in the Park

By Gary Popp
Published in News on April 10, 2011 1:50 AM

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News-Argus/MICHAEL K. DAKOTA

Goldsboro Mayor Pro Tem Chuck Allen gets a smooch from a pig named Jackson at the Pig in the Park festival at Waynesborough Historical Village on Saturday. The festival was aimed at raising money for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Wayne County and featured a pig-cooking contest, music, games and vendors. Allen was the winner of a contest involving several downtown restaurants and patrons voting at the businesses and online for the title of "Boss Hog." The kiss was Allen's prize.

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John Kearney of Haulin' Hog Catering accepts the first place trophy during an awards ceremony at the Pig in the Park event Saturday at Waynesborough.

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News-Argus/MICHAEL K. DAKOTA

Hundreds of visitors to Waynesborough attended the Pig in the Park Saturday. Guests enjoyed inflatables, arts and crafts, music and, of course, a barbecue lunch.

The Kearney family of Rosewood, with their Haulin' Hog Catering team, might have taken first place at the second annual Pig in the Park on Saturday, but the real winners were the youth of Wayne County. All of the...

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