WMAT&MA Show a success
The Western Missouri Antique Tractor and Machinery Association’s 29th annual Steam and Gas Engine Show has now become part of the history it recreates each year. This past weekend, hundreds of people trekked the Frontier Village grounds to see and participate in scores of activities and demonstrations of living history. The warm temperature and light breezes created beautiful days that added to the show’s attraction.
“The turnout was very good,” said WMAT & MA member, Don Arndt. “While not a record turnout, it was definitely in the top five in attendance for the past 29 years.”
Pictured: Two of this year's featured tractors, Minneapolis Moline and Oliver.
Read this week's Adrian Journal for more information about the show.