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August 9, 2012

Grabbing the wheel

Vehicle Night puts little onesin driver's seats

Andover youth had a chance to live out their fantasies of driving special vehicles at Memorial Hall Library’s seventh annual Vehicle Night.

Vehicles from the public works, fire and police departments were available for viewing and visiting, allowing little ones to climb aboard and sit behind the wheels.

The event was held Wednesday, Aug. 1. The popular event was sponsored by the Friends of Memorial Hall Library with support from the Department of Public Works and the Andover Fire and Police Departments.

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