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WAWA, Pa. -- Wawa Welcome America's "Go 4th and Learn" series kicked off June 28, with an interactive event showcasing Philadelphia and Wawa history meant to be fun for the whole family.
The event will feature a Historical Story Time with tales of historic Philadelphia told by storytellers, including Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter and Wawa President and CEO Howard Stoeckel, stationed throughout Franklin Square in Philadelphia.
During the event, the convenience store company will feature a special dairy station that gives kids and parents a look into Wawa's lengthy dairy history, through an interactive and hands-on exhibit. Attendees will be invited to travel back in time with Stoeckel to 1902, when Wawa Dairy Farms fist opened, to learn about the evolution of the Wawa Dairy and how milk was packaged processed and transported in the pay and how it is done today.
Wawa's Dairy Station will include a simulated cow-milking station, photos highlighting 100 years of Wawa Dairy history, photo opportunities alongside a World War I-era Wawa Antique Dairy Truck, Wawa milk bar featuring tastings of chocolate, strawberry and skim milk, face painting, crafts and interactive games.
Go 4th and Learn is a three-part educational series for children and their families held in the week leading up to July 4 as part of the Wawa Welcome America Festivities.
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