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Tractor club hits the road

| September 19, 2016

COSHOCTON – Members of the Coshocton County Antique Power Association (CCAPA) made the trek on their tractors to Three Rivers Energy located on State Route 83 on Saturday morning, Sept. 17. Sam Wyler is pictured with his John Deere. Despite the threat of rain and a sudden downpour almost all tractor brands were represented. Ed Skerness said, “We’re going to learn about the plant and have a catered lunch there. These folks are pretty hardy to be here in the rain. The trip is about 26 miles out and back and it gives us a chance to run our tractors and be out in the community. There’s great fellowship with this.” Skerness is the vice-president of CCAPA. You can see more lovingly restored tractors from the CCAPA at the upcoming Coshocton County Fair.

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