It is no secret that our boys love farming! Our toy boxes have a healthy supply of farm implements usually in the colors of blue and yellow (for New Holland of course)! Even though you can find a few CASE implements on our farm, their passion was for New Holland. If our boys didn’t have it, they would pretend they did and play for hours upon end just farming. From balers to combines … and hay hikers to all the animals on a farm yard, our living room was usually converted to a ranch or busy field during harvest time.
Every year it was a family tradition to attend Yorkton’s Farm Toy and Collectible Show. It would be an afternoon filled with jaw dropping amazement for the boys while Clint and I promptly followed them saying “Don’t Touch That!” None the less, we loved going and the boys would look so forward to seeing all the miniature tractors, trucks and displays. This too is another reason we’ve decided to pick a New Holland Tractor as the center piece of Chase’s Splash Park!
This year Yorkton’s Annual Farm Toy and Collectable Show will be held on February 9th and 10th at the St. Mary’s Cultural Centre in Yorkton. This will be the 28th year of the show and it can be enjoyed by all ages and backgrounds. Jeremy and Kim Mehrer are the show organizers and have contacted us to tell us that they’ve decided to “Pay it Forward”.
This year they have decided to raffle off a CASE Pedal Tractor AND a New Holland Grain Cart!! These great prizes are being donated by The Yorkton Farm Toy and Collectible Show AND Yorkton New Holland!! These tickets can only be purchased at the show!
They have decided that 100% of the proceeds will be donated to The Chase Kraynick “Pay it Forward” Splash Park in Canora.
We are so grateful for this demonstration of support and once again look forward to attending this exciting show. We would encourage all of you to check it out as well. To find out more details on the Yorkton Toy Show check please out their Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/YorktonFarmToyShow and we hope to see you there!
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