This time with Fair Board Director Leslie Davis

Final assembly,

with a little help from Dixie

Lester Schurman brought his non-running Fairbanks Morse 6 hp engine to the fair this year. He thought it would be informative to fair goers to rebuild it on site. He only took 4 days to get it into operation instead of the 10 days he allowed. Below are some stills he took of the progress.

Valves fresh from the grinder

The Tractor Cruise-in at Jollies Restaurant is always a blast. This event  seems to be getting more popular every year.   People who attend are treated to good food, good company and the promoters are always friendly, and ready to help in any way they can. We had half a dozen members from our club FVAEA show up, but many more folks brought many different kinds and styles of tractors as you can see, from around Clark County. The weather was fantastic for driving and showing off. Our thanks to all who put this wonderful event on every year. 

Almost ready

Tractor Cruise-in Jollies Restaurant 

August 19th 2017

Don Kemper Jr. (center) receiving his Educational Special Award for his work as the blacksmith at the Clark County Fair from Fair Board Director Dean Bloemke (l) and Club Vice President Lester Schurman (r). 

Clark County Fair  Washington 

‚ÄčAugust 4-15,  2017

Clark County Washington State Fair photo gallery

Engine disassembled

Fort Vancouver Antique

Equipment Association

On Thursday August 10th FVAEA received the Educational Daily Award. Receiving the award were ( l-r ) Lester Schurman Club Vice President, and Alex Lancaster Club Safety Officer. Presenting the award are ( l-r ) Dean Bloemke, and Art Feigion of the Clark County Fair Board. (above)  

project video.mp4 

Video of Lesters running Fairbanks Morse engine at the CCF