Touch-a-Truck Day scheduled

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The City of Aiken Parks, Recreation & Tourism Department will hold its seventh annual Touch-a-Truck Day on Saturday.

The free event gives children a chance to climb, sit and play in and on service vehicles, including a bulldozer, bucket truck, case loader, dump truck, ambulance and fire truck.

The event will be from 9 to 11 a.m. in the front parking lot of the H.O. Weeks Center, 1700 Whiskey Road.

Children should wear bathing suits and bring a towel for a soaking by the Aiken Department of Public Safety near the end of the event.

Those who attend are also asked to donate a canned good or $1 to Golden Harvest Food Bank.

For more information, call (803)642-7631.

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whyaskwhy
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whyaskwhy 07/15/09 - 10:33 am
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Way to go Aiken PRT Dept.

Way to go Aiken PRT Dept. This sounds like a good event. I am sure there are many kids who will love this activity. And hats off to your efforts to help the food bank.

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emergencyfan 07/15/09 - 03:02 pm
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We didn't we have anything

We didn't we have anything this cool when I was a kid. *sigh*

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