2021 Old Threshers’ Reunion Tractor Ride

to benefit Rampin’ Up!

June 30, 2021

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Families, farmers, and friends from across the Southeast will parade their tractors through the town surrounding Denton Farm Park to raise funds for wheelchair ramps and other ministry projects for seniors served by North Carolina Baptist Aging Ministry!

 

Denton FarmPark is a historical park in Denton, NC with 15 restored buildings including a general store, grist mill, church, blacksmith shop, and log cabin. A steam train encompasses the park on a 1½-mile track.

 

Enjoy The Tractor Ride

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  • Drive your tractor: $25
  • Ride on a trailer: $25
  • Ride on a tram: $35
  • Participate as a Ghost Rider: $25
  • Recognize a Virtual Driver
  • (in honor or in memory): $50

 

Riders receive a t-shirt, goody bag, & lunch. Ghost Riders support the event without attending  and receive a t-shirt.

Photos submitted of Virtual  Drivers will be featured on social media.

 

Support The Tractor Ride

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  •  Major Event Sponsor (on t-shirt): $1,000 +
  •  Diamond Sponsor (on t-shirt): $500
  •  Platinum Sponsor (on t-shirt): $250
  •  Gold Sponsor (on thank-you sign): $100
  •  Auction Sponsor: Donate item(s)

 

 

Contact Denton Farm Park at 336.859.2755

to pledge your support.

Learn more at dentonfarmpark.com

Aging minister blessed through Servant Care

By Anita Davie

For more than 65 years, 85-year-old Tollie Cunningham preached as much as three times a week as pastor of a number of churches in a handful of states. He served faithfully until, as he says, “I couldn’t get physically in the pulpit anymore.”

Cunningham and his wife Delores have several health issues, some seriously affecting their mobility. A year ago, when Cunningham was still pastoring a church, he insisted on making hospital visits and visiting the frail aging in nursing homes despite navigating long hallways.

(read more . . .)

 

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