Touch A Truck

  • Sharing


    Mayor Kristen Brown shares a police badge sticker with a young girl at Touch A Truck, October 3, 2012, at Clifty Park.

  • Welcome Aboard!

    Welcome Aboard!

    Mayor Kristen Brown welcomes a young resident into the driver seat of a large City of Columbus dump truck.

  • Big Machines

    Big Machines

    The City of Columbus provided a police car, the police SWAT vehicle and a fire engine for children to explore at the annual Touch A Truck, October 3, 2012.

  • Helping out

    Helping out

    Mayor Kristen Brown helps a young girl put a sticker police badge on her shirt at Touch A Truck.

  • Meeting Friends

    Meeting Friends

    Mayor Kristen Brown meets a new friend at Touch A Truck, October 3, 2012.

  • Having fun

    Having fun

    Mayor Kristen Brown and Columbus Firefighter Dana Barkes laugh with a group of young students at Touch A Truck, October 3, 2012.

  • Making Memories

    Making Memories

    A group of young girls gets its picture taken with Columbus Firefighter Dana Barkes in front of Engine 3.

  • Teaching


    Mayor Kristen Brown, Columbus Police Lt. Jeff Williams, and Officer Ben Quesenbery teach local children about police equipment at Touch A Truck.

  • Police Badges

    Police Badges

    Columbus Police Department Officer Ben Quesenbery hands out police badge stickers to children at Touch A Truck.

  • Learning


    Mayor Kristen Brown talks with a young resident about what she has learned at the Touch A Truck event at Clifty Park.

  • SWAT


    Local children take a walking tour through the Columbus Police Department SWAT vehicle at Touch A Truck, October 3, 2012.

  • ColumBUS


    A ColumBUS was on hand to welcome young riders on board to see how the bus operates.

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