Touch A Truck

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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Lisa Lamback, helps her grandson Matthew Lamback, 3, climb a back-hoe during a Touch A Truck event at the Nancy Carson Library in North Augusta on Friday, July 26, 2013. The event is sponsored by the South Carolina Department of Transportation and allows kids to get up close to all kinds of vehicles from Public Safety, Public Works, the ABBE Bookmobile, and more. The next event will be held at the Aiken Library on July 31.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Benson Pollard, center, climbs across a back-hoe during a Touch A Truck event at the Nancy Carson Library in North Augusta on Friday, July 26, 2013. The event is sponsored by the South Carolina Department of Transportation and allows kids to get up close to all kinds of vehicles from Public Safety, Public Works, the ABBE Bookmobile, and more. The next event will be held at the Aiken Library on July 31.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Mallory Zinger, 9, holds up her little brother Oliver, 2, so he can get a closer look at a back-hoe truck during a Touch A Truck event at the Nancy Carson Library in North Augusta on Friday, July 26, 2013. The event is sponsored by the South Carolina Department of Transportation and allows kids to get up close to all kinds of vehicles from Public Safety, Public Works, the ABBE Bookmobile, and more. The next event will be held at the Aiken Library on July 31.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Daniel Thompson, 2, checks out a back-hoe truck during a Touch A Truck event at the Nancy Carson Library in North Augusta on Friday, July 26, 2013. The event is sponsored by the South Carolina Department of Transportation and allows kids to get up close to all kinds of vehicles from Public Safety, Public Works, the ABBE Bookmobile, and more. The next event will be held at the Aiken Library on July 31.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Truman Thompson, 1, sits in a truck-scoop for a picture for his mother during a Touch A Truck event at the Nancy Carson Library in North Augusta on Friday, July 26, 2013. The event is sponsored by the South Carolina Department of Transportation and allows kids to get up close to all kinds of vehicles from Public Safety, Public Works, the ABBE Bookmobile, and more. The next event will be held at the Aiken Library on July 31.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Aurora Hem, 3, climbs across a back-hoe truck during a Touch A Truck event at the Nancy Carson Library in North Augusta on Friday, July 26, 2013. The event is sponsored by the South Carolina Department of Transportation and allows kids to get up close to all kinds of vehicles from Public Safety, Public Works, the ABBE Bookmobile, and more. The next event will be held at the Aiken Library on July 31.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Laryssa Nilsen holds her three-month-old daughter Elaina as she sleeps, while her son Joey, 3, checks out a truck during a Touch A Truck event at the Nancy Carson Library in North Augusta on Friday, July 26, 2013. The event is sponsored by the South Carolina Department of Transportation and allows kids to get up close to all kinds of vehicles from Public Safety, Public Works, the ABBE Bookmobile, and more. The next event will be held at the Aiken Library on July 31.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Mothers watch their children as they inspect a back-hoe truck during a Touch A Truck event at the Nancy Carson Library in North Augusta on Friday, July 26, 2013. The event is sponsored by the South Carolina Department of Transportation and allows kids to get up close to all kinds of vehicles from Public Safety, Public Works, the ABBE Bookmobile, and more. The next event will be held at the Aiken Library on July 31.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Nathaniel King, 4, checks out a back-hoe truck during a Touch A Truck event at the Nancy Carson Library in North Augusta on Friday, July 26, 2013. The event is sponsored by the South Carolina Department of Transportation and allows kids to get up close to all kinds of vehicles from Public Safety, Public Works, the ABBE Bookmobile, and more. The next event will be held at the Aiken Library on July 31.

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