BOLTON, Ont. - The Albion and Bolton Agricultural Society is sponsoring the 25th annual Modified Truck and Tractor Pull June 27 at the Albion Bolton Fairgrounds.The traditional event, founded by Wilso...
SPECIAL GUEST: Wilson French (left), who started the Truck and Tractor Pull 25 years ago, shown here with Ontario Premier Ernie Eves, who took part in last year's event, held in his home riding.
BOLTON, Ont. – The Albion and Bolton Agricultural Society is sponsoring the 25th annual Modified Truck and Tractor Pull June 27 at the Albion Bolton Fairgrounds.
The traditional event, founded by Wilson and Lily French, is expected to be just as successful as ever this year, say organizers.
“We are expecting a huge crowd again this year – we’ve had thousands come out for this over the years and we are hoping the sun will be shining, but even if it isn’t there will still be lots of people,” says organizer Heather French.
Up for grabs will be a total of $12,000 in prize money for the following categories: 4×4 stock; local 4×4; pro-stock tractor; 4×4 super stock truck; heavy modified tractors; stock tractor; modified 4WD trucks; pro-stock tractor; 2WD trucks; multi-engine; modified tractors and highway tractors.
The show will feature a kiddie park and all children under 12 accompanied by an adult will be admitted free. For more information contact Heather French at 905-880-0369.
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