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Touch a Truck
2012-06-14

Touch a Truck and a Bus, Jeep, Tractor, Rescue Boat and More

The Red Hill Fire Company's Zodiac rescue boat was a popular attraction at the event as seen above with several children crowding in the water craft.
 

Alex Whitcomb grabs ahold of the cord for the air horn, giving it a blow, as he sits in the cab of an A.J. Blosenski recycling truck at the annual YFS Touch a Truck event held Saturday on the grounds of the Red Hill Fire Company.

Mason Eyrich cranks the hand pedals of the Kid Steam, powering the child-size train around the tracks.

Emily Moore pretends to drive a vintage John Deere tractor on display at the fundraising event, which attracted over 600 people.

Mia Gillespie greets the Cat in the Hat who was on the grounds visiting children.

Visit our photo gallery to view additional photos from this event.


 

 

 

 

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