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Eastern FFA Alumni hosts truck and tractor and tug pulls

The Eastern Brown FFA Alumni held garden tractor pulls at the Adams County Fair on July 18. The Alumni appreciates everyone who came out on the rescheduled date.

Class winners: Kids class 850 pounds, two mph: first: Blake Grooms, second: Bryson Moore; Kids Class 950 pounds, three mph: first: Bryson Moore, second: Dawson Souder; Stock appearing one and two cylinder: three mph: first: Dustin Stacy, second: Tim Moore; Stock appearing one and two cylinder: four mph: first: Dustin Stacy, second: Tim Moore; Open one cylinder. No speed limit: first: Tristan Streetman, second: Robert Tackett; Open two cylinder: first: Robert Tackett, second: Kyle Burbage; Run What Ya’ Brung: first: Easton Simpson, second: Robert Tackett.

These class winners and other competitors are invited to attend the Seaman Street Fair on Aug. 7 and at Eastern High School on Aug. 14.

The alumni also hosts truck and tractor tug pulls which will be held Saturday Aug. 15, the Truck Tug Pull and Tug-a-Truck contest at Eastern High School on Friday, Sept. 4, the Tractor Tug Pull 8,510-15,000 pound class at Eastern High School Saturday, Sept. 5, and the Tractor Tug Pull 2,500-5,000 pound class, 5,010 – 8,500 pound class at Eastern High School.

This young participant took part in the Eastern Brown FFA Alumni garden tractor pulls at the Adams County Fair on July 18.
http://ripleybee.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_easter-pull-1.jpgThis young participant took part in the Eastern Brown FFA Alumni garden tractor pulls at the Adams County Fair on July 18. Courtesy Photo

The Eastern Brown FFA Alumni held garden tractor pulls at the Adams County Fair on July 18, featuring children through adults.
http://ripleybee.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_eastern-pull-2.jpgThe Eastern Brown FFA Alumni held garden tractor pulls at the Adams County Fair on July 18, featuring children through adults. Courtesy Photo

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