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.
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CHANGED TO SUNDAY THE 28TH. The drive will leave our grounds at 1:00 PM and head south west from there. Stops include the collections of Maurie Williamson and Barney Cates. SUPPER will be served at Barney's and then tour the countryside on the way back to the grounds. MAX 765-546-0681
In 1987, Bob Stump and Gerald Stephen, forever residents of Randolph County Indiana, approached Bud Carpenter about forming a club. A club to share and display antique tractors and they thought Bud was the person to get it started. And he did, he made a plan to meet at the 4-H Fair in 1989, and he dreamed of having a place that belonged to the club in the future. Their dream came true. We now have our own grounds with the help of Randolph County Commissioners, and we have a membership of 235 people, we have an annual July show, and many other events throughout the year.
We strive to uphold the by-laws that state we are a club dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and enjoyment of equipment, tools, and the ways of the past. We further strive to educate others in a fun and memorable way.
The picture is their dream today, with Bud's original design.