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Antique Farm Show a success
The annual Mid Ohio Antique Farm Machinery Show was held last weekend at the Richwood Fairgrounds. The event was one of the largest shows in recent history, despite the rainy weather. There were over 40 pieces of antique equipment that traveled through downtown Richwood Friday evening. This year’s featured tractor was the Allis Chalmers, pictured above, which many participated in the parade and at the show. Many visitors enjoyed the craft show, car show,  flea market and tractor pulls during the weekend show. (photo by Sherryl Sheets)

Flag pole re-dedicated
A few years ago, when Richwood Greene went through a renovation process, the flag pole behind the complex was removed. Residents began inquiring about having the pole installed again. So the Boy Scout Troop #440, of Richwood, took on the task of planting the pole, with some help from the local VFW Post 870. The post presented a check for $100 to the scouts for their efforts in seeing the project completed. Saturday, a re-dedication ceremony was held, with music from the Civic Center Kitchen Band and recognition of veterans in attendance. The flag is proudly flying at Richwood Greene once again. Pictured above are the veterans who attended the service and the boy scouts and leaders. (photo by Sherryl Sheets)



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