annual Fall Farm Day in Logan County features wind farm tour
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[July 22, 2009]
The Abraham Lincoln Tourism
Bureau of Logan County has announced plans for the third annual Fall
Farm Day. This tour of rural Logan County will kick off at 1 p.m.
Sept. 13 from the Information Station, 1555 Fifth St. in Lincoln.
This year's tour features rural Emden, with stops planned at the
Rail Splitter Wind Farm, Bethel School (a restored one-room
schoolhouse) and the DAR 8th Judicial Circuit marker. After a stop
at the Whistle Stop Depot, interpreting the importance of
agriculture and the rail lines in Emden, the tour will continue
through rural Atlanta, making a stop at Greens Diamond G Cattle
Farm. The tour will finish up at Gail's Pumpkin Patch, rural Beason,
for pumpkins, beehives, fun and games for the kids, and a
presentation by Logan County historian Paul Gleason on agriculture
in the time of Abraham Lincoln. The tour concludes at 6 p.m.
honor of the bicentennial year, several stops on the tour will have
connections to Abraham Lincoln.
Seating on the tour is limited and reservations must be made in
advance. This is a great family fun "staycation" event. Ticket price
is $5. For more information or to reserve your seat, please call
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
[Text from file received from
Abraham Lincoln Tourism Bureau of