Touch a Truck rolled into town for another successful year

Every child dreams of sitting behind the wheel of a fire truck, honking the horn of a dump truck or riding a roaming railroad, and those dreams became reality at the Junior League of Greenwich’s 15th annual community event, “Touch a Truck,” this past Sunday, June 7, at Greenwich Town Hall.

TouchATruckFullThe event was sponsored by Miller Motorcars, Valley Pediatrics, Greenwich Pediatric Dental Group and Moffly Media and had approximately 3,000 visitors. Co-Chairs of the event, Heather DeVries and Tabitha Wunderlich were thrilled how many residents came out to take part in this event, and commented that in addition to all of the amazing activities taking place, the weather was picture perfect to help make the event even more spectacular. The day included an exciting variety of vehicles such as traditional construction, emergency and rescue vehicles. The Bossy Frog Band provided entertainment for children. Families enjoyed bouncy castles, hands on soccer instruction by Filipo Sports & Entertainment, and delicious food and refreshments from a variety of food trucks.

President Alessandra Messineo Long remarked that “In addition to being a wonderful community event, Touch a Truck is a fundraiser for the Junior League of Greenwich and its success is crucial to support our community projects. It’s truly a collaboration between our volunteers, the Town of Greenwich, our sponsors and supporters which results in bringing so much joy to many families.” All proceeds from Touch a Truck will benefit the community projects of the Junior League of Greenwich.

The Junior League of Greenwich is thrilled with the success of this event and looks forward to supporting our ongoing projects and bringing new projects to the community in our upcoming year.

About the Junior League of Greenwich

The Junior League of Greenwich has been bettering the community for over 50 years. It is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained individuals. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. If you are interested in joining the Junior League of Greenwich and making a difference in our community, contact the JLG Office at 203-869-1979 or visit our website at


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