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Algoma Public Library hosts "Touch a Truck"

A chance for the youth of the City of Algoma to spend some time with law enforcement and “meet the heroes” will happen on Tuesday as the Algoma Public Library holds a “Touch a Truck” event. 

 

From 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Algoma Public Library there will be trucks and vehicles from all of the city’s departments, including fire trucks, police cars, ambulances, and much more. Children and families will be able to ask questions for the volunteers and get to experience what the role the specific worker does. Algoma Public Library’s Adult Service Librarian Katie Haasch explains more about what the event is and why it was so crucial to put on. 

 

 

This is the second time the event has been put on as Haasch said she was a part of the event back in 2015 when they did it for National Library Week. This event coincides with the summer reading program “All Together Now” the library is putting on alongside the Door County Library as well. 

 

Haasch says that parking can be found on the street in front of the library due to the parking lot being closed for the event.

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