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Old 07-04-2007, 09:21:45 PM
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Just a reminder for you guys that the Greenville Farm Power of the Past show opens tomorrow at the fairgrounds in Greenville, OH. See ya'll there.
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Mike,
Change in plans here ....truck is loaded...I should be trying to find the fairgrounds entrance by noon.
See you there!

Thanks Harry
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I am thinking about it but I see 2 listings in the show directory???????? How many displays are typically there? I know it varies year to year!
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the engine show is at the fairgrounds and the steam engines are north of greenville.
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A big thank you to all of the folks who came out to our show this year. We had a record breaking number of gas engines on hand to see and play with. I apologize for not getting to personally meet all of the Stakers in attendance. I spent a large portion of the show helping my uncle get his 20hp JC engine running with a lot of help from the OFES guys. You won't meet a finer group of people anywhere than the OFES members. I hope all of you come back next year and bring along some friends when we feature Ohio-built gas engines. Thanks, Mike.
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