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Cruise-In to Spring event held at AHS

April 5, 2013

	A caravan of tractors driven by AHS students travels south on Indiana Avenue toward the school. 
 NOBLES COUNTY REVIEW/Cathy Marsh
NOBLES COUNTY REVIEW/Cathy Marsh
A caravan of tractors driven by AHS students travels south on Indiana Avenue toward the school.
Students, as well as parents, grandparents, and other curious community members, gathered around the high school to watch the caravan of 23 vehicles, normally seen in a field, drive down Indiana Avenue.
Cathy Marsh Staff Writer

The Adrian High School student council members came up with a fun idea to chase away winter and welcome in spring. They held the school's first-ever Cruise-In to Spring “Day” on Wednesday, March 27, 2013.

Senior Sam Croat was the student council member in charge of the day's many activities, which were designed to be a friendly competition between fans of John Deere and fans of Case. She mentioned that the previous week was National Agriculture Week. "We thought this would be a great way to get into spring and to teach kids about agriculture."

The highlight of the event was the opportunity for a high school student to drive a tractor or other farm-related vehicle, UTV, ATV, or lawn mower to school. No implements were allowed.

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