The annual Randolph FFA Tractor Parade will be Tuesday morning, April 11. The Randolph FFA Tractor Parade got started as a way to "kick off" the spring field work and planting season. It has grown over the years to an all-time record last year of 127 tractors. All tractors are welcome, big, small, old new, all shine up to tractors with their "working clothes" on. Lineup is in the parking lot behind the shop at 8:30 and the parade is at 9AM. You are welcome to come and watch.

The really unique part of the Randolph FFA Tractor Parade is that the entire school comes out onto the front lawn to watch the parade. It does not matter if it is a nice warm sunny day or cold and snowing like last year, the entire school is there to watch the parade. One of the first years I was there, the superintendent was driving one of the tractors. He said why should the students have all the fun! In shop class, students restore a tractor and that is driven in the parade too.

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