Tractors, engines on display at 6th Annual Show & Parade
For antique tractor and engine enthusiasts, the Charles Black City Park in Morgantown was the place to be last weekend - October 26 & 27 - as the Butler County Antique Engine and Tractor Club held its 6th annual show.
A good crowd was on hand to partake of the various events, including a tractor parade, demonstrations, tractor games, kid's pedal pull, a pedal tractor raffle, and numerous food vendors.
The event itself featured Ford tractors and Maytag engines.
The purpose of the Butler County Antique Engine and Tractor Club, according to its website (www.butlercokyoldiron.com), is to promote the common interest and general welfare of tractor and farm machinery, to encourage good public relations between tractor/farm machinery owners and the general public, to promote the preservation of agricultural equipment, and become active members of communities within the county.
Club officers for 2012 are Troy Dunn (president), Roger Tanner (vice-president), Amy McKinney (secretary), and Kim Dunn (treasurer)
Board members are Troy Dunn, Roger Tanner, Teddy Pharris, Tim Southerland, Randy Grubb, and Norman Henderson.