2019 Event Calendar Posted

The 2019 Event Calendar has been posted on our events page located here: https://ihcofva.com/events/  and it is pasted below. Hope to see you at these exciting events!




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For questions regarding calendar events, contact 540-246-5726.


10: Chapter meeting at 3:00 p.m. at the Cross Keys Worship Center.

     Location: 7174 Mill Creek Church Road; Mt. Crawford, VA  22841


 6: Plow Day at address: 17018 Spar Mine Road; Timberville, VA

13: RAIN DATE only for Plow Day.

11: Presale orders for pork tenderloin sandwiches due to Jennifer at 820-9763. Sandwiches are $3.50 each.

20: Pork tenderloin sandwich making at 8:30 a.m. Cross Keys Worship Center. Chapter meeting at 10:00 a.m.


10: Relay for Life at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds 6:00 p.m.-6:00 a.m. Come support our team!

     Location: 4808 S Valley Pike, Harrisonburg, VA 22801


       9: Chapter meeting at 3:00 p.m. at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds.  Bring a lawn chair.

14-16: Summer Show of the IHC of Virginia Chapter 41 at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds

27-29: Red Power Round Up in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania (http://rpru2019.com/)


26-28: Chapter members exhibit at the Pageant of Steam Show.  (www.svsgea.com/steam-shows.html)

Location: 890 West Main Street, Berryville, VA  22611


11: Chapter meeting/picnic at 4:30 p.m. Shelter #3 (with bathrooms) at Oakdale Park.  Bring a dish to share.

      Location: 299 Will Lane, Bridgewater, VA 22812


13-15: Chapter sponsors pedal pull and members exhibit at the Somerset Pasture Party Show.


           Location: 14375 Blue Ridge Turnpike, Somerset, VA 22972

20-22: Chapter members exhibit at Field Day of the Past.  (www.fielddayofthepast.net)

           Location: 1741 Ashland Road, Rockville, VA 23146 


10: Tentative! Presale orders for pork tenderloin sandwiches due to Jennifer at 820-9763.

19: Tentative! Pork tenderloin sandwich making 8:30 a.m. Cross Keys Worship Center. Meeting to follow.

27: Chapter members exhibit at Farming in the Valley. (www.farminginthevalley.com)  

      Location: Creative Works Farm, 107 Creative Works Farm Lane, Waynesboro, VA 22980


 8: Chapter meeting/Christmas Dinner at 3:00 p.m. at the Cross Keys Worship Center


JUNE 26, 27, & 28, 2020: Summer Show of the IHC of Virginia Chapter 41; Rockingham Co. Fairgrounds

9th Summer Show Detailed Schedule – JUNE 14, 15, & 16, 2019

IHCC #41 9th Annual Summer Show JUNE 14, 15, & 16, 2019


4808 South Valley Pike
Harrisonburg, VA 22801


Show Times


*The registration/exhibit building will close at 6:00 PM on Friday and Saturday.
*Exhibitor Registration begins Friday at 9:00 AM*


Friday 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Saturday 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Sunday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM


Friday, June 22, 2018

5:00 PM Kids Pedal Pull (ages 10 and under)

Saturday, June 23, 2018

10:00 AM Wheat threshing and baling demonstrations
11:00 AM Kids Pedal Pull (ages 10 and under)
1:00 PM Parade through the Fairgrounds
2:00 PM Auction to benefit Chapter & Relay for Life
4:00 PM Kids Pedal Pull (ages 10 and under)
4:30 PM Wheat threshing and baling demonstrations
Throughout the day: kid activities and barrel train rides

Sunday, June 24, 2018

10:30 AM Cowboy Church with Pastor Anthony VanPelt
12:30 PM Parade through the Fairgrounds
1:30 PM Kids Pedal Pull (ages 10 and under)
Throughout the day: kid activities and barrel train rides

Summer Show Auction Information:

Hi, I’m Winona Scott.

I would like to take this opportunity to ask for your help to support the club with an item that will be auctioned off at the Summer Show Auction on Saturday.Auction by T Weaver Auctioneering. Your donation to the club will go toward supporting our local community to provide tractor shows & classes to further the knowledge of Engines, Tractors, Trucks, and many other IH-manufactured products from the past.  A portion of the auction proceeds each year have been donated to the IH Collector’s for a Cure-Relay for Life Team to benefit the American Cancer Society.

Thank you so much for your support.

Winona Scott

If you would like to donate contact me at 1-540-246-5576 or by email- winonascott@hotmail.com


Contact Information

Questions regarding the show, contact Tinker Moats pullingih@yahoo.com.

To donate items to the auction, contact Winona Scott at 540-246-5576 or winonascott@hotmail.com.

Club Business Meeting – February 10, 2019

IHCC41 Business Meeting, February 10, 2019

The meeting was called to order by Tinker Moats.

The minutes from the October 20, 2018, Business Meeting were read. After the correction on
the misspelling of Mark Tanus’s name (spelled Tinus in the minutes) and the correction of
Blacksmith Forge to Blacksmith Shop, the minutes were approved.

The Board Minutes from December 5,2018, were read and approved.

Treasurer’s Report: The balance as of February 10, 2019, is $9458.06. The report was
approved as given.

Old Business: Cub Cadet, FFA– The Cub Cadet is still at the East Rockingham High School.
Some work is supposed to be done at the school on Friday. Anyone who wishes to help with
this work can go and participate.
Tyrone is going to talk to Rebecca Holloway about possibly moving to another FFA group. He is
also going to talk to Vo Tech about possibly working there.

The mower was taken apart at the Farm. Members are working on getting parts and working on
the wheels.
There are plans to take the mower to Red Power Round Up in Pennsylvania.

New Business: $40,000.00 has been appropriated for work to be done at The McCormick
Farm. The work is scheduled to be done by Mountain Valley Preservation.
Tinker talked about the four year plan of our Chapter giving $2000.00 over a four year period as
discussed by the Board at the last Board Meeting. Dick Forster said the IHC Trust would not
give any money for the first year. As everything is on hold until a new Superintendent is
selected at the Farm a motion was made by Steve Kegley to table the discussion until after the
new Superintendent is selected. The motion was seconded by Eddie Bartley and approved.

Dick Forster said to keep documentation on money spent on the mower as it would be
reimbursed by the IHC.

A sheet will be passed around for members to sign up for manning the Chapter table at the Red
Power Round Up. It was stated that we would need 2 people per hour.

Relay for Life: The Relay for Life Team has $1200.00. They will be at the Riverheads Toy Show
in March. The auction items need to be in by April 1, to be put on the Auction List. The Chapter
gives an annual donation of $300.00 to The Relay for Life Team. Relay for Life will be at the
Rockingham County Fairgrounds May 10 from 6 P.M. until 6 A.M..

Show Report: Committee Reports

Food : Keezletown Ruritan Club
Inside Vendor: David Seal
Outside Display: Tyrone Scott
Auction: Winona Scott
Advertising: Cynthia Shaver
Set Up: Bill Shaver
Kids Set Up: Gary Mitchell

Price: at this time we believe the cost will be the same.

David Seal reported that the members should try to get more inside vendors. There needs to be
more support if we want the Show and the Chapter to grow.

There was discussion about the possibility of having the 2025 Red Power Round Up at the
Fairgrounds. Tinker had talked to Pennsylvania Chapter 17 about cosponsoring the show.
They said they would. Chapter 39, Maryland, said they would help also. As of the meeting,
there had been no response from the NC Chapter.
The Red Power Round Up would be based around The McCormick Farm. The tractor at the
Farm would be the toy tractor, there would be bus tours to the Farm and a belt buckle made.

Dick Forster explained some of the things required in advance in preparing for the 2025 Show.
There needs to be an exploratory committee for the Show.
He also talked about the costs for the show.
The IHC Board of Directors put together guidelines for hosting the Red Power Round Up. After
information was given by Dick, a motion was made by Teresa Grog to email the guidelines to
members. It was seconded by Jennifer Puffenbarger. The motion carried. After members have
had a chance to read these guidelines, there would be further discussion.

As there was no other business, a motion was made by Ron Knicely to adjourn. The motion
was seconded by Steve Kegley. The motion carried

Club Business Meeting – October 20, 2018

IHCC 41 Business Meeting, October 20, 2018

The meeting was called to order by Tyrone Scott.

The minutes from the August meeting were read. As there were no corrections or additions a
motion was made to accept the minutes as read. It was seconded and approved.

Old Business: The Pedal Pulls at Luray and Somerset went very well.

New Business: Some items need to be ordered to restock the trailer. These are the items that
the club sells at the various functions we participate in. If we order now, we can get a 20%
discount. Winona Scott made a motion that we order the items needed. It was seconded and
approved. The items will be at the Christmas Dinner on December 9, 2018. We will have a
short meeting before the meal.

The club needs to have a Farmall work day. Everyone needs to think about when we want to
do it. There will be discussion later.

We still have the mower that needs to be worked on. There is $1000.00 in a trust for IH. We
have someone who will sandblast, primer and paint it for $900.00. Eddie Bartley made a
motion that we pay this lady to do the work. Mark Tinus seconded it. The motion carried. Also
we have the Cub Cadet that was given to the club for our auction. It needs to be rebuilt and

The Cub Cadet will be taken to East Rockingham High School. The FFA will do the labor on the
Cub. The FFA will take it to their Show in 2018 and 2019. Rebecca Holloway is in charge of the
FFA classes.The Cub Cadet will be finished and shown at our 2019 Summer Show. It will be
auctioned off at our 2020 Summer Show.

There was discussion about the shirts for the Summer Show featuring the Irma Hardy Home
Line. Bobby Menefee made a motion that we feature the Irma Hardy Home Line. It was
seconded by Eddie Bartley. The motion was approved.

Tyrone gave the figures for the sandwiches made from 8:30 until 12:00. We made 585
sandwiches. Tyrone donated his charcoal for cooking the pork loins.

Sandwiches: $2047.50
Meat sold: $ 112.00
Donations $ 30.00
Expenses $ 667.36

Anyone that would like to help with the tours at The McCormick Farm please do so.

As there was no other business Bill Shaver made a motion to adjourn. It was seconded by Jerry
McDonald. The motion was approved.