THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Over seventy outside displays of antique tractors and machinery lined the street by the park and museum.
The Elkhorn Valley Antique Power
trolley shuttled people to guided tours of the
Frahm House and
The Meadowlark Model A Club
displayed some of their cars.
Clowns, Hiccups and Pom-Pom, painted faces
and made balloon animals
Lawn tractors and a miniature bull dozer
joined the exhibits.
There was plenty of food provided by the WCHA
Presbyterian Youth, and Solomon Lodge. Home made ice cream by Joel Swanson and his family was a hit.
The pedal pull sponsored by Washington County Bank
crowd. Arik Vossler of Little Tuggers brought
tractors and equipment from Plymouth, NE, for pullers
aged four and up. Bank employees helped with the pull.
John Honaker and Lori Trede returned this year with
their Doodlebug composed of a 1928 Model A motor
and transmission, 1927 Model T wheels and axles,
1927 Chevy truck parts, and 1908 Buick frame.
THANK YOU TO ALL OUR SPONSORS
TRACTORS TALL AND
A GREAT SUCCESS.
Abe's Trash Services, Inc.
B & D Trucking
Washington County Bank
Washington Co. Visitors Promotion
Don Christensen Farm Bureau
Inland Truck Parts
Nebraska Storage, LLC
Omaha Truck Center
Thermo King Christensen
Woodhouse Auto Family
OTHER VALUED SPONSORS
Arlington Telephone Co.
Green Gables Contracting
Bank of Bennington
MCH Health Systems
NP Dodge - Jody Sundell
Two Rivers Bank
Your Home Team
Andy’s Mow Town
Animal Care of Blair
Blair Garden Center
Bob’s Auto Body
Countryside Small Animal
Long’s OK Tire
Nebraska Furniture Mart
Pure Country Auctioneers
Renee’s Hair Company
Super Bee Orchard
The Mad Cow Ride from Skinny Bones Pumpkin
and Corn Maze provided fun
for kids of all sizes
Ted Martin's corn hook collection
Kids dove into the straw pile in search of
coins and toys.
The "What Is It" table was a popular attraction
with items from the museum and collections
Marv Rohwer and John Christensen.
WATCH FOR TRACTORS TALL AND SMALL IV