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Middlesex County 70th Plowing Match

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Middlesex County 70th Plowing Match

Time: September 6, 2010 from 8am to 5pm
Location: Parkhill, ON
Phone: 519-652-2211
Event Type: county, plowing, match
Organized By: Middlessex County Plowmen's Association
Latest Activity: Jul 18, 2010

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On September 6th, 2010, Middlesex County Plowmens Association will be celebrating their 70th County Plowing match. This year the match is being held @ C.R. Scott Farms in Parkhill. Located @ #35354 Cedar Swamp Road, Parkhill, ON.

Events include: Antique Class, VIP plowing, Men's, Woman's, Queen of the Furrow and more. Prizes for divisions.
Banquet to follow, tickets $15, can be purchased the day of.

For more information you can contact: Mackenna Roth, Middlesex County Queen of the Furrow @
phone: 519-652-2211

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