2023 Tractor Draw Winners

Here are the winners

First:              We had the draw for the 1948 FORD 8N TRACTOR.  Won by
Mike Kucherik of Bailieboro.  He did not answer the phone that night but
came to see the tractor and arrange for delivery the next day. So, now it
has a new home.

                                    The Pedal Tractor was won by Neil
Guthrie.

                                  The Scale Model Tractor was won b
y Roger
Gould of Fraserville

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