Ray City, Ga., in Berrien County will hold its sixth annual Old Fashion Plow Day March 19. Activities begin with a parade at 11 a.m.; Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black will be grand marshal. The parade will consist of antique tractors, cars and trucks, mules and wagons and will be followed by plowing demonstrations with tractors and mules in the field. Gospel and bluegrass entertainment will be held all day long, and there will be a variety of other activities. Admission is free. For more information, contact Greg Harrell 229-237-3223 or 229-455-5614.
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