This Saturday, April 16, Jim Rush will be working on the blacksmith shop at the club grounds. If you would like to help, be at the RCAC grounds anytime after 9:00 am. If you have questions call Jim at 546-0686. Tell others that might not view this webpage.
We welcome new members and the cost is low, just $10.00 a year. For that amount you receive our newsletter which has the details and information about all our projects and activities. We currently have 254 members, so you can see we are not a large group, but we do get many things done and have a good time sharing our interest in the ways of the past for future generations. Click on the 'CONTACT US' tab and anyone on that page can help you if you want to join or just find out more about us.
There were about 220 tractors, 8 engines, uncounted lawn and garden tractors, some unusual things made by our talented members, blacksmithing, threshing, sawing milling, tractor balance board, tractor train, a very busy kids playground, ropemaking, corn shelling, and the most important thing, many days of telling our story, showing our passion, and visiting with our friends, neighbors, and newly made acquaintances. We fulfilled our purpose, we showed the ways of the past and are very privileged to have many young members and non members interested our club.
The photo was taken by Chris Retter with a remote control drone that he uses to scout his farm fields. What a contrast of old and new, thanks to Chris and the Retter family for all they do for our club.
April 17th is our regular meeting, 7:00PM. Conference room at Husted Hall. Enter front door, door on the left.