Author: Barry Adamson
New Crawler in our Family

Last fall the HAHClub had the opportunity to purchase a John Deere model MC  crawler ser#19302. Year 1952. These are quite rare , the few that are left! This model was the first crawler built by John Deere, before this ,they sent the Lindeman Co., tractors and Lindeman outfitted them with the crawler tracks. John […]

WINNERS OF THE TRACTOR DRAW FOR 2016

WINNERS OF THE HOPE AGRICULTURAL HERITAGE CLUB TRACTOR DRAW FOR 2016   FIRST PRIZE FOR INTERNATIONAL TRACTOR, MODEL “CUB” JON BEAVAN OF ORILLIA, ONT SECOND PRIZE FOR CHILDRENS PEDAL TRACTOR LARRY WILTON OF MARMORA, ONT. THIRD PRIZE FOR PRECISION SCALE MODEL TOY TRACTOR JOHN HOWES OF CORBYVILLE, ONT.  

Pork & Beef BBQ Fund Raiser

GOOD FOOD!                                                                       GOOD FRIENDS!     HOPE AGRICULTURAL HERITAGE CLUB COME EARLY & VIEW THE ANTIQUE MACHINERY CENTRE 10 AM TO 4 PM   BEEF AND PORK BARBECUE SUNDAY JUNE 4TH, 2017   5:30 TO 7:00 PM LIVE MUSIC about 4:00 pm MEAL TICKETS: ADULTS $ 16.00       CHILDREN 5-12 YRS $9.00 CHILDREN 4 YRS & UNDER […]

Letter of Praise From A Member

DATED  DECEMBER 26  2016     Hope Agricultural Heritage Club   Att. Earl Ashby  President,   As a member of the Club over the past few years, it has been interesting to receive the annual club Horizon news letter, and on reviewing the contents of your recent letter, I would like to congratulate you and […]

Gone in a Puff of Smoke

Northumberland Tobacco History   Gone in a Puff of Smoke     It’s almost forgotten now, but there was a time not so long ago, when the rolling fields of Northumberland were planted in, of all things, emerald rows of tobacco. Story by Tom Cruickshank   “Winston tastes good like a cigarette should.” So claimed […]

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