4-H Tractor Maintenance Meeting!

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For youth 8 & in the 3rd Grade-18 as of January 1st who have an interest in tractors & small engines!

When Jan 06, 2014
from 07:00 PM to 09:00 PM
Where Ag Center
Contact Name
Contact Phone 740.653.5419 x16
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This is the first meeting of the year!  Youth who are 8 & in the 3rd grade through 18 as of January 1st are welcome to attend! 


The club focuses on maintaining engines and equipment, and exploring small engine powered equipment. 

The club meets every Monday in January & February and has a banquet in March. If you are interested in joining but can not make it to these meetings please contact one of the advisors listed at the bottom of this page. Youth will receive a schedule at the first meeting they attend. Members must join by the third meeting to complete the project for this year.


Bring a friend!


First 3 meetings of the year:  

Monday, January 6, 7:00 pm. at the Ag Center

Monday, January 13, 7:00pm. at ASK Powersports

Monday, January  20, 7:00pm. At Millersport Agri Service


Club Advisors

George Ruble-740-654-2464 

Roger Ruble-740-808-4502

Kim Root-work 614-843-8453

Rick Goodman-740-215-5814

Wm. McWhorter-614-562-7186 

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