The Junior League of Waterloo-Cedar Falls will host the second annual Touch-A-Truck event as the proceeds will let the organization help area residents improve their lives through guidance and monetary influence, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The news source reported that attendees for the event will be able to get up close and personal with more than 20 vehicles. Some of the featured machines will include a police car, heavy construction equipment, snow plows, a fire truck and a variety of John Deere tractors.
"Kids have the chance to talk to some of the drivers and discover just how big these trucks they see on the street are," Emily Cabbage, chairwoman of the league, told the Courier.
Along with the vehicles that will be available for children to climb on, investigate and accompany for a brief ride around the premises, the league will provide kids with activities, food and raffle prizes.
The Junior League of Waterloo-Cedar Falls has been active in the community for more than 70 years and has a membership of 280 women who seek to improve the lives of local residents, according to the organization's website.