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2016 Canadian Plowing Championships (CPC-16)

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2016 Canadian Plowing Championships (CPC-16)

Time: August 24, 2016 at 9am to August 27, 2016 at 5pm
Location: Anderson Links Golf Course
Street: 4175 Anderson Road
City/Town: Ottawa, Ontario
Website or Map: http://www.CPC-16.org
Phone: 613-822-9477
Event Type: canadian, plowing, chmpionships, (cpc-16)
Organized By: Theresa Whalen
Latest Activity: Jul 15, 2016

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Event Description

With the competition site and competitors ready, the Ottawa Carleton Plowmen’s Association is putting the final touches on hosting the 2016 Canadian Plowing Championships (CPC-16) on August 24 – 27, 2016 at Anderson Links Golf Club, 4175 Anderson Road in Ottawa.

CPC-16 competitors will represent their province in one of three plowing classes: Senior Conventional, Senior Reversible and Junior Conventional.

Winners of the senior classes will represent Canada in the 2017 World Ploughing Competition in Kenya and the junior class is competing for a scholarship to Olds College in Alberta.

The local Ottawa Carleton Plowing Match will be held at the same location on Saturday, August 27.

The CPC-16 four-day challenge will include VIP and media ploughing, social events and a tour of Ottawa, wrapping things up with an awards banquet on Saturday evening. Free admission and parking.

Full details on the competitions, special events, the Saturday outdoor market and display area, sponsorship opportunities and hotels are available at www.CPC-16.org. For the Ottawa Carleton Plowing Match please visit www.ottawaplowmen.com.

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