|CCAMA-Kanab Western Legends 2017|
photo by Bill DeSilva
From The Secretary's Desk-by June Salisbury
It is time for our tractor pulling and equipment showing season to begin again. It seems like when we get done with the Cedar City Event, I am ready for a break. Then spring comes around, and I am ready to get together with all of you and share stories and enjoy our hobby.
This year like last year I will try to prepare all of our pull programs from home, so it will be your responsibility to call me, text or e-mail me your entries, at least by the Thursday before the Pull.
I want to take the time to thank all of you, for the help you give me and the club at these events, without your help we would never be able to put on the events we do.
Now is the time to be thinking about and planning for this summer’s events. Cotton Days takes almost all of us, to man all the stations, and to bring our priceless treasures to show and share with the community. If you will be able to help with this call Rosie Kirkland at: 435-862-6212.
Last year the Western Legends Committee moved us to the rodeo grounds, which was way out of the way and it didn’t draw much of a crowd. The parade on Friday Night was a dismal failure as it was hot on the long ride to town. The traffic was bad and no one showed up to see the parade. Some of the slower tractors were left behind to travel along a busy highway alone. I think everyone should bring their Ideas on this and let’s have a conversation about what we want to do with this event. My suggestion is that we forget the parade.
I would like to invite each of you to talk to your friends and family and encourage them to join us if they own antique tractors, implements, motors or equipment. We welcome any and all enthusiasts to come out and have fun with us.
I’m looking forward to seeing all of you at our annual meeting.
Color Country Antique Machinery.