Put kids in the driver’s seat! On Saturday, June 1, Touch A-Truck is a family friendly, hands-on event that offers opportunities for kids and their families to explore, climb, and touch big trucks, emergency response vehicles, heavy machinery, construction, agriculture, and other one-of-a-kind vehicles will be at the Frankfort High School parking lot from 2-5 p.m.
Children also get to meet the personnel who protect, serve, and build our community. Learning comes alive when children connect these gigantic vehicles to our local community and to potential careers in industries like farming, manufacturing, and construction.
The basic premise is exactly what it sounds like – get a bunch of cool, giant trucks together in Frankfort High School’s parking lot and let kids explore them, sit in the driver’s seat, honk the horn, and marvel at these huge trucks. All set in a safe and friendly environment full of family activities.
If you would like to be a vendor at Touch a Truck, then please contact Center Township Chief of Staff, Jami Pratt at 765-357-9100 Extension 3.
A special thank you to our partners for the event: Community Schools of Frankfort, WILO, Ability Services, Clinton County Highway Department, Frankfort Police Department, Red Cross, City of Frankfort Street Department, and Frankfort Unified Neighborhoods.