Driving safely towards fuller life! A blog about the critical public health function of public transportation and what I learned as a bus driver. As I follow the call to love my neighbor as myself, I hope to uncover blindspots in social determinants of health and to work for mercy and justice in our community. COME RIDE!
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Come join me in sweeping up cigarette butts at the transit center on Sunday, October 27 at 7:15 PM.
This volunteer effort will reduce second hand smoke residue and improve the appearance of our city. I am inviting you as a fellow citizen who cares about our community and public transportation. The transit center is not in use on Sunday evenings. Please bring any tools or broom you plan to use. I will have a broom, dust pan, rake, and trash bags.
There are many butts that are lodged in every crack and crevice. The volume of discarded butts overwhelms the regular cleaning crew's ability to sweep them all up. The more hands that volunteer to sweep the deeper the clean the transit center will receive.
Please come in a spirit of service and joy in being a part of progress within our community.
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