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Brandon’s First “Touch-A-Truck”

BRANDON, MB – If you were like me as a kid, you dreamed of driving a big rig, or maybe the massive dump trucks and tractors are more your style. The fact is children love trucks; the big ones, small ones, loud ones, and strong ones.

Here is their chance to explore all types of trucks safely, Brandon’s first Touch-A-Truck fundraising event at the Keystone Centre grounds on May 27.

“We are so excited to be able to bring this event to Brandon & Westman! Kids love to explore their surroundings and many of these vehicles are too dangerous to approach on a job site to do so. This fundraising event gives kids the opportunity to see an excavator, a tractor or fire truck up close without the risk of danger to themselves. They can see how massive these pieces of equipment are and learn what they do! We are so fortunate to have the support from the community who to help make this event a success,” said Event Chair, Kerri Malazdrewicz.

The event is being hosted as a fundraiser for the two Kokum’s Early Education Enrichment (KEEP) daycares in Brandon.

You can get tickets at the show from 10 AM to 3 PM, for just $5.

Kevin Klein, MyToba News

Kevin Klein is President and CEO of MyToba News. The former publisher and CEO of the Winnipeg Sun, Kevin has spent several years in Canadian media working in newspapers, radio and television. A proud and passionate citizen of Winnipeg and Manitoba, Kevin is excited to bring you news, pictures and information on the many wonderful charity groups in our province. If you have an event you want us to know about, email Kevin at kevin@mytoba.ca and follow him on Twitter @kevinkleinwpg.
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