For the first time since May of 2019, the trucks were back! That’s right, Truck Day returned to the Stroum Jewish Community Center this week, and students of our Early Childhood School were given a hands-on day to explore trucks and vehicles of all shapes and sizes. Take a look at the fun:
We had a fire truck, ambulance, three large tractors, a ditch witch, motorcycle, bread truck complete with cookies, a car that moo’d with chocolate milk, a bucket truck with sweet treats, a robot truck, a school bus, police car, a SWAT truck, a trash truck, and the Humane Society van. These trucks were made possible by our amazing truck partners, who made the day so special. We can’t thank them enough:
- King County Sheriff’s Office
- Mercer Island School District
- City of Mercer Island Fire Department
- City of Mercer Island Police Department
- City of Mercer Island Public Works Department
- Recology of King County
- Schwartz Brothers Bakery
- Seattle Humane Society
- Seattle Tribe motorcycle club
- Smith Brothers
Thank you to all of the organizations and the individuals representing them. Your personal touch made the day perfect. A big thank you also goes to our ECS parent Truck Day Committee: David Greenberg, Leo Coddington, and Riley Burton.
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