Touch the Trucks was delayed a few months, but that did not stop several from coming out and enjoying some cool vehicles and machinery on Sunday.
With temperatures in the upper 80’s, some were able to find creative ways to make it an even more exciting visit. The annual event is normally held in April, but was postponed this year due to inclement weather.
With the Guthrie High School parking lot full of motorcycles, construction equipment, helicopters, fire trucks and police vehicles, families were able to explore and play with all the equipment. Naturally, the fire trucks and police cars stole the show. Although, everyone appeared to take in and climb aboard the two medical helicopters.
The Logan County Partnership, once again, hosted the event to help raise awareness for child abuse prevention in Logan County.