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November 22, 2017
 

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They came, they saw, they roared

Hardin County Pullers Fall Brawl in the Ada park

Story and photos by Monty Siekerman
They came, they saw, they roared.

Seven classes of tractors and semis roared down the dirt track to see which machine could go the farthest under the guidance of top notch drivers, both men and women.

The Hardin County Pullers had a perfect day for the Fall Brawl at Ada War Memorial Park on Saturday with sprinkles the day before, which kept the dust down, and rain falling just as the four-hour event concluded.

The event began with the National Anthem...no one, no one, took a knee, raised a fist, or remained seated. With hands over their hearts and hats taken off, all in attendance respected the American flag.

This was the sixth and final pull for the local pullers group in 2017. Ada hosted the pull on Memorial Day and at the F&M Picnic, as well.

Pictured:
• Brandon Stevens of Greenwich, Ohio, in his Chevy.
• Enjoying a picnic on the bleachers at the Tractor/Truck Pull: Gregg Baird and Michelle Kindle of Arlington.
• Andy Dietsch of Mt. Cory in his 1970s Legend series single engine manifold tractor

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