For almost 40 years now, one the biggest corn-producing counties in the tri-state has held a festival to celebrate the end of the harvest. But this year, farmers in Union County have lost at least half of their crops after one of their worst corn seasons in years. Festival officials say this weekend is for celebrating the end of the harvest season, but seventh generation farmer Gary Stenger says there wasn't nearly as much corn to celebrate. He says hands down corn is one the county's most important crops. But besides farmers, many at the festival say they too feel the pain of this year's drought. Journie Mannahan produces kettle corn, and even his wallet is hurting. But farmers and families say they believe the worst is behind them. The festival is celebrating its 39th year and almost everyone says they're hopeful for a better harvest season next year.