Organizers happy with Polo Lions Club Farm Toy Show turnout

Lions Club said about 360 attended event at Polo Community High School.

Dana Conkrite, of Lanark, talks to nephew Jace Urish, of Milledgeville, while looking at models during the Polo Lions Club’s 38th Farm Toy Show. The event was held at Polo Community High School on March 4.

POLO — The Polo Lions Club’s 38th annual Farm Toy Show of March 4 had good attendance.

“We had about 360 people who paid to go through,” Lions Club member Jeff Short said. “It was a successful day.”

The event was held at the Polo Community High School from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. More than 75 vendors were scheduled to attend.

The Polo FFA also hosted a cafeteria and raffle.

Alexa Zoellner

Alexa Zoellner

Alexa Zoellner covers Ogle County for the Oregon Republican Reporter, Forreston Journal, Mt. Morris Times and Polo Tri-County Press. She has seven-plus years of experience in journalism and has won numerous awards, including a first place award for investigative reporting from the WNA.