Have you ever wanted to visit an amusement park of trucks? Big trucks. Fire Trucks. Dump Trucks and dozens of other big rigs and unusual vehicles. Have you ever wanted your child to sit behind the wheel of these, pull on the horn and play with the "big toys?" If that sounds like fun, Patterson Rotary's Touch-A-Truck for Heroes is coming October 19th.
Touch-A-Truck is a family event where you get to do all of the above and so much more. From 10 AM-4 PM at the Thunder Ridge parking lot on October 19th, dozens of trucks will be there for everyone to climb in an out -excavators, tow trucks, fire trucks and dozens of big and unusual vehicles.
Jason Maxwell, President of Patterson Rotary, is proud of this event and its accomplishments. "We bring all of these really great trucks into one place for families to enjoy and are providing it free of charge. Any donations we do get are distributed to local veteran and first responder support organizations."
The event is sponsored by Titan Concrete, a provider of concrete and concrete services in Carmel, and allows free admission for all those that attend. Donations are accepted at the event or on-line at their website, PattersonRotary.org.
The event will have a car demolishing expo, enclosed kids sandpit, food, raffles and many more activities. Parking is free and plentiful.
The Patterson Rotary is a local organization that meets each Tuesday morning at 7:30 AM for breakfast at the Patterson Rec Center. Rotarians are dedicated to making their communities better by doing good deeds and raising funds that benefit local non-profit organizations. If you would like to find out more, join them for breakfast or contact them