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If you love antique John Deeres, this club is for you!

The Waterloo Boys of Southeast Pennsylvania  are a registerd 501(c)(3) non-profit chartered club dedicated to the preservation, historical education, and usage of pre 1960 John Deere farm equipment.  Deeply rooted in the richness of our rural heritage, the organization consists of over 200 active members and their families.  In November 1990 - The Waterloo Boys of Southeast Pennsylvania official received charter status.  35 people sitting around a table at Rough & Tumble Engineers Historical Association drew up a charter setting the groundwork for this outstanding club.  Throughout the past 25 years our club has managed to purchase a 1920 "California  Clarifier" Waterloo Boy Tractor, 1925 Model Spoker D, 1931 Model GP, training equipment, materials for educational seminars, and over 23 John Deere antique tractors that were restored and raffled off by our club. 
Members and their families enjoy club functions including a spring banquet and auction, plow days, summer John Deere show, summer picnic, and Christmas banquet.  Recently, The Waterloo Boy Club has appeared at the Pennsylvania State Farm
and many local fairs throughout Pennsylvania.  Our mission as a club is to educate the public on the richness of our rural farm heritage and the role our antique farm equipment has played in the past.  The Waterloo Boy Club publishes a member subscribed monthly newsletter consisting of club event calendar, board/membership meeting minutes, classified section (free advertisement to members), and articles of interest to all readers.  The Waterloo Boys are also very active in the community by hosting Kid's Pedal Tractor PullsGarden Tractor Pulls, and Antique Tractor Pulls.  


Come and visit with us at our monthly meetings - held the first Monday of every month at Rough & Tumble!


If you are interested in getting more information or joining our club please use the contact form below



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