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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Hundreds of people were out for the touch-a-truck event in Albany Saturday.

At the Museum of Arts, kids got to climb in and explore and all kinds of vehicles from different professions.

About 40 different vehicles participated including construction vehicles.

The proceeds will benefit children's programs at the museum and to keep admission free of charge.

"I don't think there's any doubt after the turnout today that this will be an annual event for us. We think not only the families and children are having a great time, but all these wonderful participants seem to be enjoying it as well," said Karen Kemp.

The WALB News truck was also part of the event.

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