Buckeye Allis Club Inc

Buckeye Allis Club, P.O. Box 1, Jeffersonville, OH 43128

2021 GOTO – Hancock County Fairgrounds, 1017 E. Sandusky St, Findlay, Ohio

The Findlay, Ohio, GOTO Banquet will be Saturday, Aug 7th, at the Old Mill Stream Centre building on the Hancock County Fairgrounds. This is a fairly new air conditioned building with restrooms inside. The building will be open at 5:00 pm if you want to cool off and get a seat.

Our banquet will be a complete beef and chicken buffet dinner including dessert, starting @ 6:00 pm. We plan on keeping the after dinner program short to allow people to attend the tractor square dance show if desired. The menu for the banquet is the following:

Chicken Breast in White Sauce and Baked Steak
Green Beans with Almonds and Bacon
Mashed potatoes and gravy
Tossed salad with assorted dressings
Dinner roll and butter
Assorted pies for desert
Coffee, Lemonade and water

Banquet prices will be: Adults $25.00, Children 10 and under $10.00, and Children under 5 admitted free. All reservations will be thru the Buckeye Allis Club. Click this link: Fillable-Printable Reservation Form, then click the drop down link, fill in the form, print and mail completed form and check to: Buckeye Allis Club, P. O. Box 1, Jeffersonville,  Ohio 43128. We will accept your check without a form as long as you let us know your plans.  If you have questions, call Joe DeLisle at 419-572-9837. All reservations must be received by July 29th. No receipts or tickets will be issued or mailed to you, we will register you at the door.

GOTO Tractor Caravan 

A 57-mile tractor Caravan ride is being sponsored by the Buckeye Allis Club for August 4, 2021,  Starting in North Robinson, OH to the Hancock County Fairgrounds for the 50th Anniversary of the Antique Farm Machinery Show and the Gathering of the Orange East.  The starting time for the Tractor Caravan will be 8:00am at the Mike and Tina Snyder residence, 2456 Western Ave, North Robinson,  

Tractors will travel through the scenic countryside of Crawford, Wyandot and Hancock counties.  The first leg of the trip is approximately 35 miles, stopping at the John and Mary Fredericks homestead for a light lunch and rest break. At approximately 1:30 the tractors will regroup for an additional 22-mile ride to the Hancock County Fairgrounds.  

Riders are required to be members or join the Buckeye Allis Club for insurance purposes.  All riders are encouraged to have water, lip Baum, sun screen, and to wear long sleeve cotton shirt or have an umbrella for the ride.  All tractors must be able to travel a minimum of 12 miles per hour.  

Transportation will be provided back to the Snyder residence.

If you have any questions, call Mike Snyder 419-569-4098

The T-Shirt design for the GOTO