400 people enjoy Touch the Trucks event

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The Logan County Partnership put on their annual Touch the Trucks event at the Logan County Fairgrounds on Sunday afternoon.  This event was a fun time for families that included exploring all kinds of vehicles, free food, face painting and free books.

Cale Evans got to see Officer Anthony Gibbs' Lake Patrol vehicle up close.
Cale Evans got to see Officer Anthony Gibbs’ Lake Patrol vehicle up close.

Over 400 people attended the event that raised awareness of the 99 children affected by child abuse or neglect in Logan County this past year. 

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The partnership gave special thanks to Homeland, Wal-Mart, and Nabisco for providing food and drink items and to the Logan County Fairgrounds for letting the Partnership use their facilities once again.

The Logan County Partnership includes various agencies that work with families and children, as well as various other community partners and individuals. Special thanks to Sooner SUCCESS, the Logan County Health Dept, Logan Community Services, the City of Guthrie, Get Fit Logan County, Turning Point, Guthrie Police Dept, Mack’s 512 Academy and other community members that came together to make this event possible.

Participants that shared their vehicles or had booths at this event:

First Capital Trolley
Territorial Riders
Guthrie Fire Department
Sooner Fire Department
Coyle Fire Department
Orlando Fire Department
Langston Fire Department
Guthrie Police Department
Logan County Sheriff
Shawn’s Wrecker
Bill Maier-big rig
Bowman’s Wrecker
BACA (Bikers Against Child Abuse)
ODOT (OK Dept of Transportation)
Amy Hurley, face painter
OPAT (OK Parents as Teachers)
OHCA (Oklahoma Health Care Authority)
Get Fit Logan County

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