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Josh Snyder
Admin · January 17
15th annual Pa Plow Day
April 17th and 18th 2020
1820 River Rd. Watsontown, Pa 17777

We will not be sending out a newsletter this year. So if you know someone who may not have facebook, please share the information with them.

* Registration for both days will be $20. Everyone plowing or operating some type of motorized vehicle to get around on the grounds are required to register
* Plowing will start at 4pm Friday after a meeting at 330
* Night plowing (lights are a must) at dusk until 11pm at the latest
* Plowing will start at 10am on Saturday morning after meeting at 930am
* This is a garden tractor event. Farm tractors are not permitted. Smaller sub-compacts are allowed. Any questions regarding your tractor please ask me.
* No plows larger then 14 inches.
* 1 and 2 bottom plows only
* Campers are permitted(no hookups) but please let me know you will be bringing a camper. Anyone camping or staying at plow day over night will be required to stay in the main grounds area, not in the other parking areas.
*Food stand as always both days with breakfast served Saturday morning at 8am
*We will be selling calendars, stickers and a 15th annual shirt and hooded sweat shirt. Information on these will come in the next few weeks.
*Additional fields were discussed after last years plow day but aren't yet confirmed for this year.
*There is no rain date. We will be there rain or shine.
* I probably forgot something. So keep checking back often for up to date information.

*** Please note the 3 big changes. Time change for start of plowing BOTH days. And registration will be $20

*** Any questions, comments or concerns please message me on here, send a text or call 5707137723
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