You could win free BBQ for a year at Touch-A-Truck Beavercreek Sunday

Residents in Beavercreek can help keep students fed throughout the year this Sunday at the City Barbeque Touch-A-Truck event.

Beavercreek fire and police, Dayton SWAT, Germain Ford of Beavercreek and Eagle Creek Marina will all have vehicles on display from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at City Barbeque, 2330 N. Fairfield Road.

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Children will be allowed to get up close and touch the vehicles.

The family-friendly event is a fundraiser for Feed the Creek, an organization working to feed children in need on the weekends.

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City Barbeque will donate 25 percent of all sales to the organization.

A raffle will give participants a chance to win free food from City Barbeque for a year.

For more information, visit the Touch-A-Truck Beavercreek Facebook page.

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