Touch-A-Truck at the Sautee Nacoochee Center
All ages are invited to Touch-A-Truck: A Family Safety, Health and Preparedness Fair on the Sautee
Nacoochee Center (SNC) campus, Saturday, October 2 between 10 AM and 3 PM.
This free, family-friendly event will feature displays of multiple specialty emergency vehicles, a
helicopter fly-in, family support resources and visits by Smokey Bear, the Night Rider Car, Wonder Woman and
Batman, children’s activities, an ice cream party and more!
Career and volunteer first responders will be on hand to talk about their work and equipment and
spread the word about safety and emergency preparedness.
White County Public Health and Public Safety, Georgia Forestry Commission, and area support service
providers will answer questions and offer information.
The Public Health Breast Cancer Awareness Program will be on campus recognizing October as Breast
Cancer Awareness Month.
Touch-A-Truck is co-organized by the SNCA Board of Directors and the all-volunteer Community
Emergency Response Team (CERT). SNC Executive Director, Patrick Brennan, said, “One of the goals of this
program is to help children become comfortable with first responders and youth to think about safety and
emergency preparedness in their community.”
Come honor first responders and spend a few hours having fun and learning about health, safety and
emergency resources in our community.
For additional information, contact SNCA at 706-878-3300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Sautee
Nacoochee Community Association is a member-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located at 283 Hwy 255
in Sautee, Georgia. www.snca.org.