2017 WINNERS OF THE HOPE AGRICULTURAL HERITAGE CLUB TRACTOR DRAW

WINNERS OF THE HOPE AGRICULTURAL HERITAGE CLUB 2017 TRACTOR DRAW

FIRST PRIZE –GRAEME WEBB, MARKHAM ST. TORONTO, ONT.

SECOND PRIZE- CRAIG LANGKRAER, OSHAWA, ONT.

THIRD PRIZE – ROGER JUNKIN, DUNSFORD, ONT.

CONGRATULATIONS

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