Truck zoo allows youngsters to honk horns & turn steering wheels

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SHREWSBURY, Pa.– People of all ages took in the sights and sounds of different kinds of trucks in southern York County on Sunday. It was part of the 6th Annual “Truck Zoo” in the parking lot of Paul Smith Library in Shrewsbury. Kids got to climb inside the cabs of a tractor-trailer, a front end loader and other types of trucks.

“The truck zoo is our annual big kids event at Paul Smith Library. We normally have about 500 families come out to the event, it’s free to participate in and free to attend as well. This year we have over 20 different types of trucks and organizations participating, We’re very thankful for a sunny day,” said Library Director Megan Good.

The truck zoo runs in conjunction with the library’s annual “Spring Book Sale.”

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