[Posted on Aug 17, 2016 | 458 views]
About 170 children and their parents braved the heat Saturday morning, coming out to Gloucester’s Woodville Park for “Touch a Truck.” The free event gave kids the chance to explore fire trucks, police and rescue vehicles, a VMRC boat and tractors. Here, two year-old Zoey Hart of Gloucester checked out a John Deere tractor. Photo by Kim Robins
About 170 children and their parents braved the heat Saturday morning, coming out to Gloucester’s Woodville Park for “Touch a Truck.” The free event gave kids the chance to explore fire trucks, police and rescue vehicles, a VMRC boat and tractors. Here, three and a half year-old Saoirse Gatzke of Yorktown clutched her stuffed toy while operating a Kubota tractor with some help from Nick Goodrich of Land and Coates in Gloucester. Photo by Kim Robins
 
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