SCV Senior Center’s Touch A Truck 2018
Fire trucks, construction vehicles and even a prison bus came out for the children of Santa Clarita. This event allowed children and adults alike to see inside some of the huge machines we see rolling around from time to time. Attendees had the opportunity to try on some of the uniforms and even turn on sirens from the various vehicles. The kids were also provided with face painting, arts and crafts, bubbles, magicians, a drum circle and so much more. The City’s Dump Truck repeated their beach ball dump that has been a popular piece to this great event.
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