Large turnout at Antique Fair

Talking tables — Saturday at the 14th Annual Spring Antique Festival Chris Stephens (right) of Kodak explains to Clinton’s Laurie Rambo how this table was made using various antique parts — most importantly the wood surface, which is antique oak was “barely sanded, just enough to take off the rough spots,” Stephens said. Stephens said he started Saturday morning with hardly any space to move in his kiosk, but by early afternoon he was almost sold out. Rambo said events like the Spring Antique Fair not only make for varied shopping in the city, but lets the community “show off a bit.” She also said events like these bring the community together