Scenes from the West Lafayette Firemen's FestivalWilliam Casteel/Newcomerstown NewsMembers of the West Lafayette Police Department were distributing children's ID kits to children that were in attendance at last Saturday's West Lafayette Firemen's Festival. The kits feature a section for the child's photo (which should be updated each year), a self made fingerprinting section and a dental record, as well as other information that would be necessary to identify a possible missing child. The kits are free to area children and the department encourages all parents with school aged children to obtain a kit for their child. Police chief Terry Mardis plans to distribute the kits to children when he visits the local elementary school and possibly during future local events. The department members pictured are, l to r, Police chief Mardis, Jordan Forbes and Larry Dusenbury.William Casteel/Newcomerstown NewsTwo engines from New York City, that were also involved in the Sept. 11, 2001 tragedy, were on display during Saturday's event at Burt Park. The engine to the left was actually reportedly buried beneath the rubble of the collapsed World Trade Center towers. The engines were later purchased and restored, and are now privately owned by Don and Brenda Jordan of Louisville.William Casteel/Newcomerstown NewsA vintage tractor display was also featured during the West Lafayette Firemen's festival that took place Sept. 19. The festival also featured various venders, a food stand and a cornhole tournament.