Antique Farm Power Club    Member dues $20.00 due on Jan 1st
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 2021 Board of Directors

3 year director: John Wells

President: Mark Scholten

2 year director: Michael Wolgamott

Treasurer: Gayle Brondyke

Vice President: Vern Scott

1st year Director: Mike Bannink

Secretary: Irv Boerson

     3rd year director: Jim Stuart                                                                                                                                                       

Important News             -.-. --.-  -.-. --.-  -.-. --.- (morse code)

The 14 annual Mackinac Bridge Crossing is a go for 2021. One major change is we will be crossing on Saturday. Saturday is September 11 and last year we would have crossed on Friday 9/11. Bob Baumgras wanted to stay with that theme this year also. I encourage everyone to display a flag on your tractor. The flag must be behind the driver so it doesn't interfer with the drivers view. As a club, I want us to stand out. When people see our club in the staging area, crossing the bridge and driving to the St. Ignace staging area, I want them to take notice. Keep an eye on the Mackinac Bridge Crossing page on the left side of this page.

Depending on the Covid guidelines for 2021, outside gatherings, indoor gatherings, food vendors, potluck and so on, we are planning on a tractor & engine show this year. Stay tuned for more info as it becomes available and attend meetings. We need your input and recommendations.

Annual antique tractor & engine show canceled for 2020

The Mackinac Bridg crossing is still a go as of today, however, a final decision will be made on or about July 22. Owosso Tractor Parts ask that you not register until after July 22 in case the Bridge Authority does cancel the event. The date for buddy seat registrations ahs been moved to August 1st and any modifications that need to be made has been moved to August 15th.

Canceled as of July 17, 2020

I have started a club merchandise page. Along with tee shirts, sweatshirts and hats, we now have rear window decals for you cars and trucks, 4" round magnets for your tractors, coffee mugs, travel mugs and pretty much anything you want to show off your club on. 01/19/19

The Mackinac Bridge Crossing information is on the Mackinac Bridge Crossing page. Keep an eye on that page to keep yourself updated. 03/13/2020

We have a need for a small cargo/utility trailer. 5' wide by 10' long would be bigger than we need. No leaks. This is needed to keep our kids pulling equipment stored. 

2019 marks the year the club purchased a used circular sawmill. It needs some work to get it operational, it will be mounted on a wagon to make it more portable, also Vern Scott is reworking the carriage controls for safety.

On March 11th, the membership voted to purchase a shingle mill that I found in Florida at the Flywheelers. Details are being worked out to send the check and pick up the unit in April.With luck, we will have the sawmill and shigle mill operational for the 2020 show.

When paying your 2020 membership dues, please take note, I have put the new insurance company's phone number and policy number on the back of the membership card. If you have an accident and need to make a claim, use that information for your contacts to the insurance company.

As of April 15, 2018, we are no longer affiliated with EDGE&TA. The membership voted unanamously to go a different direction for our insurance needs. We have the same coverage as before with a savings of $1400.00 a year to the club. Any questions, please call me and I will explain further. Mark Scholten (616) 293-1961