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Tractor enthusiasts plan benefit Kan. center

Published on -2/25/2013, 6:20 AM

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BONNER SPRINGS, Kan. (AP) -- Tractor enthusiasts plan to drive a 35-mile loop in Wyandotte County to raise funds for The National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame in Kansas.

The event is scheduled for May 4 at the in Bonner Springs. The event begins at the Ag Hall and then heads to downtown Bonner Springs to join the Marble Day Parade. The tractors will then take a spin around Lakeside Speedway and make stops at Cabelas, Nuts & Bolts hardware and Wyandotte County Park.

The benefit is hosted by the Greater Kansas City Two Cylinder Club.

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