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                                       2014 Pima County Fair
​just south of Tucson, Arizona was a very successful event. This year an effort was made to display implements behind antique tractors with story boards of information which helped to better tell the story of the past.    Thank you all who made it happen.
The event was dedicated to Jim Blair, "Power from the Past" Club       Member of
​   the Year
​He is the first recipient of this honor. Jim has given his time and talents for many years to the benefit of all. 
At right is Mel Perkins and Barry Hoyte, well on the way to restore the original look of an early Corn Binder
Below is the finished project for the Fair.
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​Jim Blankenship demonstrated some blacksmith skills
 by forming some hooked steak flippers. Also as a willing teacher he encouraged Jim Blair and his daughter, Dominique to get fired up and hammer some steak hooks for themselves. Spectators seemed to enjoy the glowing production and what dad would not like his daughter to make a hot pointing thing. The blacksmith set up was provided by Joe Mooney.
Blacksmith skills of past

One of the spaces in the building that we refer to as the "Barn", featured people with quilt and knitting projects. Thanks to Jane B., all who wanted to learn loom knitting were able to practice their moves. The large quilt and the blue quilt in the background was made by Barry Hoyte, who was also featured above.
During their time spent at the Fair, twenty fleece lap robes were hemmed by hand to give to an adult care home in the area ​
     A great addition to our many activities.​
Indoor POWER FROM THE PAST displays and activities at the Pima County Fair, 2014
Raffle, Antique FarmTractors, Minature Engines and Toys add to the activities
   A long day 
running engines​
Jerry Thompson running engines on display for ​all to enjoy​
Wrenching as a team sport
You do what and then stick
​it where?
                        40 mile Tractor Ride
​with a break at Vail AZ. Dairy Queen. 12 tractors and a trouble free outing with a gila monster sighting.​
Outdoor action
           Rope Making                                                    Churn Made Ice Cream                                                       Club Merchandise
Plentiful  Planks
Worthwhile Work
Sawmill cutting thousands of board feet and a truckload of sawdust
Power from the Past antique farm tractor & garden tractor pulls
Where is that Garden?
Corn Binder donated to the Club by Chuck Martin,
some years ago.​