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Shedden Truck and Tractor Pull June 17 & 18 2011

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Shedden Truck and Tractor Pull June 17 & 18 2011

Time: June 17, 2011 at 6pm to June 18, 2011 at 7pm
Location: Shedden Keystone Complex, Shedden Ontario
Website or Map: http://www.sheddentruckandtra…
Event Type: tractor, pull
Latest Activity: May 16, 2011

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Friday June 17 & 18, 2011
38TH ANNUAL SHEDDEN TRUCK & TRACTOR PULL,
SHEDDEN KEYSTONE COMPLEX

Friday Start Time 6:30
ADULTS: $15.00 
KIDS UNDER 12 FREE

Sat. June 18th
Big Creek start at 2pm
www.bctpa.ca
and local  ATV/RTV to follow & end the show
plus a classic & custom car show hosted by the " Olde " Alymer Cruisers

Saturday admission ADULTS: $5.00

 KIDS UNDER 12 FREE

BRING YOUR LAWN CHAIRS FOLLOWING THE PULL LIVE ENTERTAINMENT BY: STEVE FROST & COMMON GROUND Steve Frost & Common Ground is a high-energy band covering today's top country hits, mixing in some classic country and rock

Great Lakes Truck & tractor Pullers - Super Mod 4x4, 2wd truck
Empire State Pullers- Superfarm, Lite Superstock, Multi Engine's, Heavy Superstock
STP- Limited Lite Superstock, 2nd Super Farm
Exhibition- Peter Robinson's Coyotie

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