We can’t hope to thank everyone: The recordkeeping of names for an effort this fast (that has grown this quickly) isn’t completely possible. However, we want to acknowledge some pretty helpful friends:
First and foremost: Shultz Transportation in Willow Street. They took a step in faith that a very expensive bus would be well cared-for, well driven, and returned in one piece. They surely get asked a lot, and must say no a lot. But this time they filled her up, put an Easy Pass in, delivered her and handed me the keys. And tonight (11/10) I noticed some donated items in the back.
Providence Autos gave us a couple of their nice window markers so that we could decorate the bus.
Mark, our neighbor across the street, let us park a vehicle on his grass to help direct traffic.
CPRS (Physical Therapy), our neighbor at the far end of the block, let us park a big bus and sign on their lawn.
Audrey and Arnold Goss spent an hour and a half picking up and towing a big sign.
Kathy Lesher worked to secure volunteers.
Roger Kresge work to secure media coverage.
The Southwest District office of the United Methodist Church made online contributions a reality.
Home Depot on Fruitville Pike gave us a gift card.
Alex Cuebas will drive us there and back.
There are more…