Milwaukee Bucks mascot Bango teamed up with the Milwaukee Fire Department to tip off summer camp visits in style with a ride on a fire truck. Throughout the summer, Bango and the Bucks Community Relations Department make surprise visits to various summer camps in the Milwaukee area.
Campers at the North side YMCA were treated to a tour of a fire truck during their first week of summer camp.
Around 100 campers lined up to have their chance at seeing the inside of a fire truck which featured a hug from Bango inside.
Bango greeted kids inside the fire truck during a surprise visit to the North side YMCA summer camp.
Members of the Milwaukee Fire Department, along with Bucks mascot Bango, teamed up to help tip off summer camp at the North side YMCA with a surprise visit to the campers.
In early July, Bango made a surprise visit to Pieper-Hillside Boys and Girls Club.
Bango visited with nearly 150 campers at the United Community Center summer camp.
A surprise camp visit landed Bucks mascot Bango at Northcott Neighborhood House, surprising 35 kids of all ages on hand for their summer camp.
Three, four and five-year-olds were surprised at their Hawley School summer camp with a visit from Bucks mascot Bango.
One lucky camper won a game of Red Light, Green Light with Bango.
Over 80 summer campers at the Goldin Center were treated to a surprise visit from Bucks mascot Bango during their camp.
During the surprise summer camp visits Bango plays various games with the campers, including Red Light, Green Light.