SHAWVILLE July 7, 2018
The Shawville Fairgrounds was repurposed into a playground parking lot for all sorts of local vehicles, as kids ran about experiencing demonstrations, honking truck horns and more at an event on Saturday.
That’s because the Parents’ Voice Shawville held their second Touch a Truck event, offering excited youngsters the chance to climb about and hop in the driver’s seat of everything from Zambonis through to firetrucks, school buses, dragsters and more.
Met with an outstanding turnout, according to Parents’ Voice committee member Patti Moffat, the event was a hit right from the start at 10 a.m.
“There were at least 400 people, it’s hard to keep track,” said Moffat, of attendance. “It’s been incredible, at 10 o’clock it was like a wall of people [arriving].”
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