Steam & Gas Engine
Berryville, VA USA
Our "Other Shows" page has now been updated featuring the listings from the annual Farm Collector Steam Show Directory
The Shenandoah Valley
Steam & Gas Engine Association
held its annual Banquet and election
of Officers and Steam Show Directors
November 2, 2019.
Shown below are the newly elected
Officers and Directors.
2020 SVSGEA Officers and Steam Show Directors:
Front Row Left to Right:
Kenny Pruitt, Steam Show Director, Rick Custer, SVSGEA President, Robert Brown, SVSGEA Vice President, Jane McDonald, SVSGEA Treasurer.
Back Row Left to Right:
Dave Fredericks, Steam Show Director, Jerry Ullery, Steam Show Director, Brandon Brown, Steam Show Director, Wayne Godlove, Steam Show Director, Mike Lanham, Steam Show Director, Charles Gray, Steam Show Director, Larry Lloyd, Steam Show Director, Robyn McDonald, SVSGEA Recording Secretary. NOT PICTURED: Steve Giles, Steam Show Director, Karen Angus, SVSGEA Steam Show Secretary.
SVSGEA Club President Robert Brown recently received this e-mail from a nice lady who works with youngsters at an "after-school" program. Her e-mail describes her work with a young man who has used our website to locate help in his projects. As we at the Shenandoah Valley Steam and Gas Engine Association are ALWAYS eager to be of assistance in helping the younger generation of America. SVSGEA President Robert Brown asked that this e-mail be posted on our Club Website. We want to thank Vanessa Stevens for taking the time to let us know about James and his project. Hopefully we will see them at our annual 'Pageant of Steam" Show the last weekend of July!
Thanks to James and Vanessa for stopping by our website!
My name is Vanessa Stevens, I work at an after school program, and I wanted to let you know how helpful your page http://www.svsgea.com/links.html was for a young man I have been helping with a science project about cars, horsepower, velocity, and other forces! He's been learning a lot, and at the same time I think has picked up a new hobby- classic cars! He thought your site was really neat, and enjoyed reading the articles and checking out the great pictures of classic cars! I thought you'd be glad to hear, and suggested we send you a quick thank you note!
James has struggled to find activities and hobbies the last year or so, and it has been really great to see how much he has been engaged in learning about classic cars and mechanics- as a result of a science project no less! He'd been showing me a few things on your page yesterday, when I told him we should send you a note and let you know he enjoyed it! James loved that idea, and wanted to share this Automobile History article he found and thought you might enjoy as well, https://www.partsgeek.com/mmparts/history_of_the_auto.html . I thought it was a neat article and I know James really wanted to share it with fellow car enthusiasts! I was hoping you might be able to include the article on your page? I would love to show him, and I know he would be thrilled to be able to contribute another cool auto history article!
Thanks again for the great classic car info, and help with James' science project! If you're able to add the automobile history article to your page, please let me know so I can show him- Have a wonderful day and hope to speak again soon.
Check out our new Face Book Page!
The Shenandoah Valley Steam & Gas Engine Association now has a
YouTube Channel! Visit www.youtube.com and insert SVSGEA in the search box to view some of our Antique and Vintage Equipment Videos!
For GPS Users: The Show grounds are located at
890 West Main Street, Berryville, VA 22611
We would like to thank our Local Community as well as all of the Exhibitors, Vendors, and the many Volunteers who help make the Shenandoah Valley Steam & Gas Engine Association's yearly projects the success that they are.
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Shenandoah Valley Steam & Gas Engine Association
Berryville, VA USA
Bill Witt, Webmaster