Hometown Spotlight: Carving out a Calling


CHESNEE, S.C. (WSPA) —  Thousands of people will visit Chesnee for a massive motorcycle festival. 

One of the organizers, Clint Button, also has a special talent he’s turned into a full-time job when he’s not working on the festival. 

Phototgrapher Ryan Goodman and Reporter Christine Scarpelli follow Clint as he works on a few projects. 

The 14th annual Antique Bikes on Main starts today and continues through Sunday, July 29. 

Festivities include free carnival rides, live music and the Wall of Death MotorDrome.

Wahl E. Walker, the oldest regularly performing Wall of Death rider in the world, will be honored Saturday when he’s named 2018 Legend of the Year at Antique Bikes on Main. Walker is a local with family in Pauline.

There will also be a prayer ride on Saturday. 

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