Bedford Children’s Center Hosts “Touch A Truck” Event

Officer Mozuch and his daughter Britt, a teacher at BCC, with Toby the therapy dog - Courtesy image
Massachusetts State Trooper Mozuch and his daughter Britt, a teacher at BCC, with Toby the therapy dog – Courtesy image

Submitted by Bedford Children’s Center

William Morton and Sydney Mirick take the controls of the Puglielli back hoe - Courtesy image
William Morton and Sydney Mirick take the controls of the Puglielli back hoe – Courtesy image

With the help of some friends, Bedford Children’s Center held a “Touch a Truck” event at their center located at 402 Concord Rd in Bedford.

Toby the therapy dog was a big hit at the event with the children and adults alike. They were showing Toby the love that he deserves. Toby is an award-winning therapy dog and has two commendations from the state for his more than 300 therapy visits to various hospitals and nursing homes.

Trucks and equipment from Puglielli Landscaping and Valley Crest came for the kids to see the machinery up close.  Children climbed into the back hoe [and] Trooper Mozuch from the Massachusetts State Police allowed the kids to work the sirens, speaker and lights in his cruiser. No arrests were made.

"Touch the Truck" vehicles at Bedford Children's Center - Courtesy image
“Touch the Truck” vehicles at Bedford Children’s Center – Courtesy image

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