Greater Kansas City Two Cylinder Club

2019 Glenn Ratzlaff Scholarship Application Form

GKCTCC June Meeting at Ag Hall - June 2, 2019

Old Shawnee Days Parade - June 8, 2019

Ag Hall Tractor Cruise - May 4, 2019

Ag Hall - Barn Yard Babies - April 27, 2019

GKCTCC April Meeting and BBQ - April 7, 2019

St Patrick's Parade 1 PM, Tractor Show 2 PM, and Heroes Pull for Special Olympics - Shawnee, KS - March 10

Western Farm Show - Feb 22-24, 2019 - Updated with Pictures...

GKCTCC February 2019 Meeting - Feb 10 @ 1 PM, Trailside Center, 9901 Holmes Rd, KC MO 64131

January - February 2019 Newsletter (pdf download)

Walking Bridge to Somewhere

Passing of 2 Charter Members (Raymond Jones and Bill Eagleburger) - Service Times Below Article.

Oak Grove Christmas Parade Dec 1, 2018

Raising of the Flag - Ag Hall of Fame : Nov 16 at 7:00 am (contact the Ag Hall or Don Hrabik for more info)

October - November 2018 GKCTCC Newsletter (PDF download)

November 4th GKCTCC Meeting and White Elephant Auction - Kenny Read's Farm - Updated with Pictures

Fall Plow Day - Bonner Springs KS - November 3rd, 2018 starting at 8 AM - Updated with Article

Independence Halloween Parade - October 27, 2018 - 10 AM - Updated with story and pictures!

Membership Application Form

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HISTORY
The Greater Kansas City Two-Cylinder Club was organized in January 1990 and
was incorporated in the State of Missouri on May 17, 1994.  The purpose of
the club is to promote the interest and education of the public in the
preservation and restoration of antique tractors, particularly the JOHN
DEERE two-cylinder models, their accessories, lore, literature, toys and
memorabilia.
OTHER INFORMATION OF INTEREST
The club manages a tractor pull at Farm Heritage Days at the National
Agriculture Center and Hall of Fame in Bonner Springs, Kansas.  The club
also has fun-field days along with participating in the American Royal
Parade, The Dream Factory Tractor Cruise, and Western Farm Show

every year. We meet several times through out the year to exchange ideas
and information. A newsletter is produced regularly to communicate with the membership.

The Greater Kansas City Two Cylinder Club covers Eastern Kansas and
Western Missouri, and has members not only from the Kansas City area,
but areas from St Joseph, MO to  Nevada, MO to Topeka, KS.