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ULSE PTO’s “Touch A Truck” Fundraiser is enjoyed by all

First Posted: 5:30 am - September 25th, 2015

By Larry Stanford - lstanford@civitasmedia.com



The Georgia Bureau of Investigations sent one of it Crime Scene Units to the Touch A Truck, setting up and showing everyone the equipment used in investigations.
A Georgia State Patrol trooper lets a youngster check out a handheld radar detection unit.
Upson-Lee South Elementary Principal Dr. LaSharon McClain sits behind the wheel of ‘Lil Man,’ one of the trucks that race at Thrill Hill Mud Boggin’. Dr. McClain and her young friends were all smiles.
While the event was called Touch A Truck, these youngsters had more fun checking out the rescue boat attached to the back of the Upson County Emergency Management Agency truck.
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Upson-Lee South Elementary PTO held a “Touch A Truck” fundraiser Thursday afternoon, giving children and their parents chances to see, touch, and get in numerous and different trucks of all sizes, shapes and purposes. They even had a chance to check out a medical transport helicopter for a short while before it had to leave.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigations sent one of it Crime Scene Units to the Touch A Truck, setting up and showing everyone the equipment used in investigations.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Touch-5.jpgThe Georgia Bureau of Investigations sent one of it Crime Scene Units to the Touch A Truck, setting up and showing everyone the equipment used in investigations.

A Georgia State Patrol trooper lets a youngster check out a handheld radar detection unit.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Touch-6.jpgA Georgia State Patrol trooper lets a youngster check out a handheld radar detection unit.

Upson-Lee South Elementary Principal Dr. LaSharon McClain sits behind the wheel of ‘Lil Man,’ one of the trucks that race at Thrill Hill Mud Boggin’. Dr. McClain and her young friends were all smiles.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Touch-7.jpgUpson-Lee South Elementary Principal Dr. LaSharon McClain sits behind the wheel of ‘Lil Man,’ one of the trucks that race at Thrill Hill Mud Boggin’. Dr. McClain and her young friends were all smiles.

While the event was called Touch A Truck, these youngsters had more fun checking out the rescue boat attached to the back of the Upson County Emergency Management Agency truck.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Touch-8.jpgWhile the event was called Touch A Truck, these youngsters had more fun checking out the rescue boat attached to the back of the Upson County Emergency Management Agency truck.

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By Larry Stanford

lstanford@civitasmedia.com

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