Antique Tractor & Engine Club Show in Woodburn, Kentucky


WOODBURN, Ky. – In Woodburn, the Antique Tractor & Engine Club is having a show to support the Woodburn Cemetery on Saturday, Oct. 8.

The Woodburn Cemetery does not receive any state or federal funding, so the local club is using this free entry show to raise funds for the cemetery’s maintenance fund. Mark Crump, president of the club, told News 40 in an interview that there are some newer tractors in the show, but it will mostly be antique models from the 1930s through the 1960s.

Crump also said most of their funds will come from raffle and food sales and encouraged everyone to come out for some good family fun.

Registration for the show starts at 8 a.m., followed by the tractor show at 9 a.m., then tractor games at 10 a.m. and finally wrapping up with a parade at 11 a.m. Items up for raffle are some handmade quilts and a Ruger EC9S 7 shot.

Linda Dickerson, who is with the Woodburn Cemetery, said you do not have to be present to win, but of course they would like as many people to show up as possible. For contacts on tickets or the tractor show, you can reach out to the following contacts:


JAMES CHANEY     270-792-4392
LINDA DICKERSON     270-529-5271
PAT HARLOW     270-799-6652
JANE JONES     270-793-2830
MARK CRUMP     270.996.7462
JOE PRICE    270.772.0773
JAMES CHANEY     270.792.4392


GENE GUFFY    270.991.1068
BILL KRATTS    931.220.0490
BILL WILSON    270.991.8290

The show will take place at Woodburn City Park, located at 152 Fletcher St.