Touch-a-Truck


Stella Brumbaugh, 3, of Sidney, daughter of Lauren and Dwayne Prince, tries her hand at some construction equipment during Touch a Truck at Ferguson Construction Company Saturday, June 8.

Stella Brumbaugh, 3, of Sidney, daughter of Lauren and Dwayne Prince, tries her hand at some construction equipment during Touch a Truck at Ferguson Construction Company Saturday, June 8.


Owen Helman, left, 8, of Sidney, son of Eric Helman, pets Panda, a pit bull terrier mix that is adoptable at the Shelby County Animal Shelter. Panda was with SCARF representatives at the Touch a Truck event hosted by Ferguson Construction Company Saturday, June 8.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Jacob Hall, 2, of Anna, son of Charlotte and Damon Hall, sits in an excavator during Touch a Truck at Ferguson Construction Company Saturday, June 8.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Christopher Suchodolski, left, 2, of Troy, son of Mark and Christine Suchodolski, and Raegan Leffel, 1, of Sidney, daughter of Brian and Jessica Leffel, explore the inside of a construction truck during Touch a Truck at Ferguson Construction Company Saturday, June 8.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Owen Helman, left, 8, of Sidney, son of Eric Helman, pets Panda, a pit bull terrier mix that is adoptable at the Shelby County Animal Shelter. Panda was with SCARF representatives at the Touch a Truck event hosted by Ferguson Construction Company Saturday, June 8.

Christopher Suchodolski, left, 2, of Troy, son of Mark and Christine Suchodolski, and Raegan Leffel, 1, of Sidney, daughter of Brian and Jessica Leffel, explore the inside of a construction truck during Touch a Truck at Ferguson Construction Company Saturday, June 8.

Stella Brumbaugh, 3, of Sidney, daughter of Lauren and Dwayne Prince, tries her hand at some construction equipment during Touch a Truck at Ferguson Construction Company Saturday, June 8.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/06/web1_DSC_9977.jpgStella Brumbaugh, 3, of Sidney, daughter of Lauren and Dwayne Prince, tries her hand at some construction equipment during Touch a Truck at Ferguson Construction Company Saturday, June 8.

Owen Helman, left, 8, of Sidney, son of Eric Helman, pets Panda, a pit bull terrier mix that is adoptable at the Shelby County Animal Shelter. Panda was with SCARF representatives at the Touch a Truck event hosted by Ferguson Construction Company Saturday, June 8.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/06/web1_DSC_0193.jpgOwen Helman, left, 8, of Sidney, son of Eric Helman, pets Panda, a pit bull terrier mix that is adoptable at the Shelby County Animal Shelter. Panda was with SCARF representatives at the Touch a Truck event hosted by Ferguson Construction Company Saturday, June 8. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Jacob Hall, 2, of Anna, son of Charlotte and Damon Hall, sits in an excavator during Touch a Truck at Ferguson Construction Company Saturday, June 8.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/06/web1_DSC_0123.jpgJacob Hall, 2, of Anna, son of Charlotte and Damon Hall, sits in an excavator during Touch a Truck at Ferguson Construction Company Saturday, June 8.Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Christopher Suchodolski, left, 2, of Troy, son of Mark and Christine Suchodolski, and Raegan Leffel, 1, of Sidney, daughter of Brian and Jessica Leffel, explore the inside of a construction truck during Touch a Truck at Ferguson Construction Company Saturday, June 8.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/06/web1_SDN061119TouchTruck.jpgChristopher Suchodolski, left, 2, of Troy, son of Mark and Christine Suchodolski, and Raegan Leffel, 1, of Sidney, daughter of Brian and Jessica Leffel, explore the inside of a construction truck during Touch a Truck at Ferguson Construction Company Saturday, June 8. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News