Revved up over trucks

News Jun 12, 2014 Ancaster News

Nalini Doyle, left, and Maya Revill cut the ribbon to start the fifth Touch a Truck event.  Coordinating schools, Rousseau and Queenís Rangers, held a contest for the opportunity to win a spot as grand marshall at the event which featured more than 60 trucks from a variety of industries and services filling the Ancaster fairgrounds. The event provided a rare opportunity for kids, young and old, to climb on board and safely explore many exciting vehicles usually seen only from a distance.

Revved up over trucks

News Jun 12, 2014 Ancaster News

Nalini Doyle, left, and Maya Revill cut the ribbon to start the fifth Touch a Truck event.  Coordinating schools, Rousseau and Queenís Rangers, held a contest for the opportunity to win a spot as grand marshall at the event which featured more than 60 trucks from a variety of industries and services filling the Ancaster fairgrounds. The event provided a rare opportunity for kids, young and old, to climb on board and safely explore many exciting vehicles usually seen only from a distance.

Revved up over trucks

News Jun 12, 2014 Ancaster News

Nalini Doyle, left, and Maya Revill cut the ribbon to start the fifth Touch a Truck event.  Coordinating schools, Rousseau and Queenís Rangers, held a contest for the opportunity to win a spot as grand marshall at the event which featured more than 60 trucks from a variety of industries and services filling the Ancaster fairgrounds. The event provided a rare opportunity for kids, young and old, to climb on board and safely explore many exciting vehicles usually seen only from a distance.