Antique Tractor & Machinery 2016 Fall Harvest Festival celebrates country fun


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Chuck Ghilani of Sweet Valley demostrated his skill with a tractor at the ‘Tractor Games’ event during the fourth annual Antique Tractor & Machinery 2016 Fall Harvest Festival held Sept. 17 and 18 in Sweet Valley.


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Gail Verbyla of Mooretown made it look easy as she drove a large farm tractor through an obstacle course during the ‘Tractor Games’ competition at the Antique Tractor & Machinery 2016 Fall Harvest Festival in Sweet Valley on Sept. 18.


Pete G. Wilcox | Dallas Post

Four-year-old Maci Kittle of Red Rock showsoff her tractor and skills during the Kiddie Pedal-Tractor Pull event at the Antique Tractor & Machinery 2016 Fall Harvest Festival in Sweet Valley on Sunday.


Pete G. Wilcox | Dallas Post

Lake Lehman senior Michael Wokjciechowski steers a 1952 John Deere tractor through the obstacle course at the fourth annual Antique Tractor & Machinery 2016 Fall Harvest Festival on Sept. 18 in Sweet Valley.


Pete G. Wilcox | Dallas Post

ROSS TWP. — The fourth annual Antique Tractor & Machinery 2016 Fall Harvest Festival was held Sept. 17 and 18 at the Sweet Valley Volunteer Fire Company on Main Road.

The two-day events showcased a variety of exhibits that included farm animals and produce, baking and cooking contests, an antique tractor and car show, and hosted a variety of vendors.

Sunday events such as Tractor Games showcased the driving skills of area farmers as they navigated through an obstacle course while performing a multitude of tasks.

The Kiddie Pedal-Tractor Pull gave youngsters the opportunity to put their strength to the test.

All proceeds from food sales and registration fees will be split between the Sweet Valley Volunteer Fire Company and the Yellow Rose 4-H Club.

Chuck Ghilani of Sweet Valley demostrated his skill with a tractor at the ‘Tractor Games’ event during the fourth annual Antique Tractor & Machinery 2016 Fall Harvest Festival held Sept. 17 and 18 in Sweet Valley.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_tractor03.jpgChuck Ghilani of Sweet Valley demostrated his skill with a tractor at the ‘Tractor Games’ event during the fourth annual Antique Tractor & Machinery 2016 Fall Harvest Festival held Sept. 17 and 18 in Sweet Valley. Pete G. Wilcox | Dallas Post

Gail Verbyla of Mooretown made it look easy as she drove a large farm tractor through an obstacle course during the ‘Tractor Games’ competition at the Antique Tractor & Machinery 2016 Fall Harvest Festival in Sweet Valley on Sept. 18.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_tractor04.jpgGail Verbyla of Mooretown made it look easy as she drove a large farm tractor through an obstacle course during the ‘Tractor Games’ competition at the Antique Tractor & Machinery 2016 Fall Harvest Festival in Sweet Valley on Sept. 18. Pete G. Wilcox | Dallas Post

Four-year-old Maci Kittle of Red Rock showsoff her tractor and skills during the Kiddie Pedal-Tractor Pull event at the Antique Tractor & Machinery 2016 Fall Harvest Festival in Sweet Valley on Sunday.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_tractor05.jpgFour-year-old Maci Kittle of Red Rock showsoff her tractor and skills during the Kiddie Pedal-Tractor Pull event at the Antique Tractor & Machinery 2016 Fall Harvest Festival in Sweet Valley on Sunday. Pete G. Wilcox | Dallas Post

Lake Lehman senior Michael Wokjciechowski steers a 1952 John Deere tractor through the obstacle course at the fourth annual Antique Tractor & Machinery 2016 Fall Harvest Festival on Sept. 18 in Sweet Valley.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_tractor06.jpgLake Lehman senior Michael Wokjciechowski steers a 1952 John Deere tractor through the obstacle course at the fourth annual Antique Tractor & Machinery 2016 Fall Harvest Festival on Sept. 18 in Sweet Valley. Pete G. Wilcox | Dallas Post

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