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By JUDITH OTT
Southern Cove Correspondent 

Southern Cove Power Reunion Does Preparation For Fall Show

 

August 19, 2021



August meeting of the Southern Cove Power Reunion was held as usual. Meeting called to order by President Jason Hileman.

Minutes from last month meeting were read by Melanie Clapper Club Secretary. Treasurer’s report given by Amy Mellott. The hometown checking account has a balance as of July 31 of $22,941. The hometown museum fund has a balance of $4,236.

There were 138 hookups at the last tractor pull. There were no break downs.

Pruning of some of the woods has been done. An updated water line is in process of being placed. There will be an additional water hook up for those making apple butter for the fall show. The kitchen will also have additional hook up and the water truck.

Much of the time discussion took place for the fall show slated for Sept. 17, weigh in at 4 p.m., Sept. 18, weigh in at 4 p.m. Sept. 19 will have church service at 8:30 a.m. and an all-you-can-eat pancake and sausage breakfast.

The kitchen will be open all three days plus there will be food vendors available for attendees’ enjoyment. Additional food vendors are needed for profit or nonprofit. If you or your organization would like to attend, please call Amy Mellott at (814) 766-2703 for registration and more details.

Chicken dinners will be available on Saturday and Sunday at 11 a.m.

Participants can enter to win a Case Tractor.

Daily activities for this three-day event includes:

• Threshing Grain – Bailing Straw

• Binder-Corn and Chopping Corn

• Tractor Games & Flea Markets

• Tractor Parade – 1 p.m.

• Sawmill-Shingle Mill

• Antique tractor pull Friday, Sept. 17, Sept. 18, – 5 p.m.

• Classic & Farm Stock pull Saturday. Sept. 18, – 5 p.m.

• Children’s Pedal Pull Sunday – 1:30 p.m.

• Garden Tractors (Hit and Miss) Engines

• Apple Cider Pressing

• Homemade Apple Butter

• Basket Raffle (Baskets are needed if you would like to donate)

Camping is available on the show grounds.

Spaces at the flea market are available. Call Chris McCaulley if interested at (814) 414-6470.

Dogs are not permitted on the show grounds.

Admission is free for this great family-oriented fall show.

 

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