3-year-old Mason Haverdink (left) and One-and-a-half-year-old Alex Haverdink, of Hamilton, test drive an antique fire truck from the Otsego Fire Department.5-year-old Layla Bilger of Wayland races around the big wheel track.Holland's Graham Gabriel, 2, can't get enough of his too-big big wheel.Three-year-old Gavin Strobel of Otsego has a blast with some bubbles.Jerimiah Schallhorn, 2, of Allegan has checks out a mini go-cart.Jerimiah's 3-year-old borther Austin Schallhorn joins in on the fun.Five-year-old Ares (left) and  2.5-year-old Raygen Wyckoff of Saugatuck show just how big the trucks are while leaning against a plow.Two-year-old Jayce Meade of Plainwell hangs on to his dad while checking out the trucks.Three-year-old twins Addison (left) and Madeline Grandmason "paint" the wall of one of the ground's buildings.Patrick Ramaker, 4, along with 3-year-old twins Addison (middle, obscured) and Madeline Grandmason “paint” an orange building on the fairgrounds with water.Seven-year-old Shaelyn Krause (middle, right) drives a remote-controlled robot camera and checks out the video feed with her dad Mark Krause the 2nd. Meanwhile, her brother Mark Krause the 3rd (left) watches the robot with Tricia Dill.

Second-annual Touch A Truck was very successful

Allegan County Head Start’s second-annual Touch A Truck event brought hundreds of families to the Allegan County Fairgrounds Thursday, July 17.
Children were able to explore vehicles from ambulances to road commission equipment to fishing boats, and everything in between.
Crafts and other activities were available through several county organizations, including a big wheel race track, bubbles, race car crafts and a bounce house.


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