WARSAW — The Echoes of the Past held their monthly meeting on Feb. 7, at which time they presented a check for $750 to the Warsaw High School FFA chapter for their assistance with the annual Fall Festival.
FFA members manned the haunted woods for the group during the two-day event held for the community. The Fall Festival, held in Claypool, was filled with fun activities. A tractor-designed corn maze provided an interesting spin to last year’s event.
The Echoes of the Past is a nonprofit organization committed to the preservation and education of historical artifacts with a focus on, but not limited to, agriculture. The organization hosts numerous events throughout the community, enabling them to support their efforts to support youth agricultural groups in the area.
The group also participate in local parades, tractor shows and plow days. The Echoes of the Past also maintains an area at the Kosciusko County Fairgrounds where many activities take place during fair week. There is no minimum age requirement to become a member of the organization. Anyone interested in more information may log onto www.theechoesofthepast.com or find the group on their Facebook page.