BY O.J. EARLY
Tractors of all makes, models and colors rolled through the Greene County Fairgrounds this weekend, part of the 18th annual Greene County Antique Farm & Auto Show.
"We had a wonderful day Sunday, and a good day Friday," said Leon Bird, the event's main organizer. "The auto show was good, but it rained and rained and rained on Saturday."
The event featured a variety of antique tractors and cars, plus a tractor pull, a quilt and craft show, entertainment, and a Sunday morning church service.
The annual tractor parade was Sunday, with more than 100 tractors participating.
"It's about standard," Bird said of the number of tractors in this year's parade.
Other events at the annual gathering included: singing and clogging and historic farming demonstrations, such as cornmeal-grinding, threshing and straw-baling.