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November 26, 2004

Climax - The 30th annual Swine time is Saturday in Climax. It's a perfect place to find a Christmas gift for the hog or human of your choice. Vendor Leon Griffin says the festival is a squealing good time. He says, "It's annual crafts show that has a very large crowd. They've got singing, games, food, crafts, just a general good time out."

About 20,000 people are expected to fill the tiny town tomorrow. The day will kick off with a parade led by members of the 1230th and 1148th Transportation Companies whose members served in Iraq for 15 months.

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