Advertisement

  • Published Date

    August 19, 2021
    This ad was originally published on this date and may contain an offer that is no longer valid. To learn more about this business and its most recent offers, click here.

Ad Text

Rantoul, Illinois WELCOME & THANK YOU HALF CENTURY OF PROGRESS Rantoul, Illinois Half Century of Progress Committee members of the I & I Antique Tractor and Gas Engine Club extend a very warm welcome to all our visitors and volunteers, local and around the world, who make this biennial show possible. The generosity of our many exhibitors is deeply appreciated. Their sharing of antique farm machinery makes this Half Century of Progress a world-wide attraction. We are grateful for all the sponsors, organizations and volunteers who generously give of their resources and time to make the event a success. We thank Chuck Smith (Mayor of Rantoul), Scott Eisenhauer (Village Administrator), Corky Vericker (Airport Manager) and the members of the Rantoul Fire, Police, Public Works and Recreation Departments for all of their services. The theme of this year's show is the Rantoul Repower Roundup. Many antique harvest machines are in the field and on display at our show. The field demonstrations of this equipment help make our show the largest vintage working farm show in the country. The Class of 1971 tractors and equipment are a great addition to our show. Again we say Welcome to all in attendance. We hope you enjoy your visit and Thank You for joining us. Please always be mindful of the importance of safety precautions. John Fredrickson Co-chairman Half Century of Progress Russell Buhr Co-chairman Half Century of Progress BMLAT Rantoul, Illinois WELCOME & THANK YOU HALF CENTURY OF PROGRESS Rantoul, Illinois Half Century of Progress Committee members of the I & I Antique Tractor and Gas Engine Club extend a very warm welcome to all our visitors and volunteers, local and around the world, who make this biennial show possible. The generosity of our many exhibitors is deeply appreciated. Their sharing of antique farm machinery makes this Half Century of Progress a world-wide attraction. We are grateful for all the sponsors, organizations and volunteers who generously give of their resources and time to make the event a success. We thank Chuck Smith (Mayor of Rantoul), Scott Eisenhauer (Village Administrator), Corky Vericker (Airport Manager) and the members of the Rantoul Fire, Police, Public Works and Recreation Departments for all of their services. The theme of this year's show is the Rantoul Repower Roundup. Many antique harvest machines are in the field and on display at our show. The field demonstrations of this equipment help make our show the largest vintage working farm show in the country. The Class of 1971 tractors and equipment are a great addition to our show. Again we say Welcome to all in attendance. We hope you enjoy your visit and Thank You for joining us. Please always be mindful of the importance of safety precautions. John Fredrickson Co-chairman Half Century of Progress Russell Buhr Co-chairman Half Century of Progress BMLAT