2018 Tractor Draw Winners


      WINNERS OF THE HOPE AGRICULTURAL HERITAGE CLUB

TRACTOR DRAW FOR 2018

First Prize for FORD 8N TRACTOR OR  $2500.00

was won by

 BRIAN HOPKIN

Dorset St. Port Hope 

Brian took the cash

Second prize for a children’s PEDAL TRACTOR

was won by

 JACK MALFAIT

Alder Rd,  Cobourg

Third prize for a MINIATURE REPLICA
FORD 8N TRACTOR

was won by

  Steve  WILLIAMS

Duro Dummer,

CONCONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS AND
THANK YOU

FOR YOUR SUPPORT

 

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