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Fair brings back antique tractor, machinery show PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 30 July 2010 13:46

Members of the American Legion drive an antique Farmall tractor through the Dalton Days parade in Meade in June. Local organizers are planning for an antique tractor and machinery show on Aug. 7 during the Seward County Fair. Daily Leader file photo/Robert Pierce


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In conjunction with the Seward County Five State Fair, the local Heritage Tractor and Machinery group is planning an antique tractor and machinery show Aug. 7 beginning at 1 p.m. at the fairgrounds in Liberal in front of the Activity Center.
“This is our first attempt to do an antique tractor show here,” Don Parsons of Liberal said. “We know there are many old tractors around, and we would like to see them at the show.”
The fair board is also going to have an Outlaw Tractor Pull beginning at 7 p.m. in front of the grandstands the same day.
Anyone wanting more information should call Don at (620) 482-4237 or Jim Rice at 624-3140.

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