Inaugural Touch a Truck Day

The inaugural Touch a Truck Day at Battle River Implements in Killam, Alta. on Sat. Aug. 7 was a day to remember, especially for Noreen Metz, program manager of Flagstaff Victim Services, seen here with Flagstaff Emergency Services Coordinator and Regional Fire Chief Kim Cannady showing Metz how to turn on the lights and sirens, much to Noreen's delight. The event was in partnership with Flagstaff Victim Services to bring the public into the life of police officers, firefighters, paramedics, farmers, zamboni drivers and more. Photo courtesy of the Killam Fire Department
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The inaugural Touch a Truck Day at Battle River Implements in Killam, Alta. on Sat. Aug. 7 was a day to remember, especially for Noreen Metz, program manager of Flagstaff Victim Services, seen here with Flagstaff Emergency Services Coordinator and Regional Fire Chief Kim Cannady showing Metz how to turn on the lights and sirens, much to Noreen’s delight. The event was in partnership with Flagstaff Victim Services to bring the public into the life of police officers, firefighters, paramedics, farmers, zamboni drivers and more.

Photo courtesy of the Killam Fire Department

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