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    The Great American Trucking Show

    The Great American Trucking Show
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  • SCHOOL NEWS 2001
    Ol’ Blue, USA® Goes to New York

    After attending the North American Truck Show in Boston Massachusetts, ‘Ol’ Blue’® rested upon the Cross Sound Ferry from Connecticut to Long Island New York to attend Hampton Bays Elementary School on May 9, 2001. Deborah and Terry Layman, the parents of a student organized the school visit. Terry Layman is an over the road truck driver.


    Photo By: Deborah Layman

    The school, with over 900 students along with their principal, Andrew Albano, were presented the Big Wheels, Little Kids© Safety Program. The program was even more educational for the children as Roy (Sparky) Bittle of the Hampton Bays Volunteer Fire Department and his team of firefighters were on hand for the special event, demonstrating their large equipment to the students. Also present was Officer Doris Joseph, of the Southampton Town Police Department


    Photo By: Deborah Layman

    Students learned the safety around large vehicles. Due to the high student count, the students were divided into three groups. In one group of students, a third grader was chosen to be the eyes of the school children (and adults) during the presentation. Students learned of blind spots and the importance of always being able to be seen to prevent accidents; along with all the other educational of safety that is presented by the Big Wheels, Little Kids program. As a matter of fact, in one group of students, the principal acted as the eyes for the student body.


    Photo By: Deborah Layman

    The students remarked on their school website of the school visit, in regards to Mr. & Mrs. Layman as the coordinators of this event “because of the efforts, the students and staff learned a lot about safety on the road whether they’re driving or walking.”

    Under the Ol’ Blue, USA program, “Big Wheels, Little Kids” school visitation program takes ‘Ol’ Blue’ to schools to give students an up close and personal view of the safety considerations around large vehicles, car drivers, bicycles, and pedestrians.


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