Bus perfect vaccine against high car costs for nurse
For the month of March we would like to congratulate Sara Harter, Garfield County public health nurse. Sandra Barnett, nurse manager for Garfield County Public Health, nominated Sara. The following is an excerpt from Sandra’s nomination letter for Sara.”Sara Harter constantly reminds her co-workers how great it is to ride the bus. She started riding the bus (Grand Hogback) in October 2002. Sara is a public health nurse who lives in Rifle and works in Glenwood. “She is also studying for a master’s in community nursing and as a graduate student is on a tight budget. Sara’s original impetus to be a bus rider was to avoid buying new snow tires for her car. “Riding the bus is allowing Sara to save money and find some extra time for studying. We suspect that what she especially enjoys are those catnaps between Rifle and Glenwood Springs. Whatever the reason, Sara is a steady rider of three to four times a week.””I enjoy putting the driving in the trusty drivers’ hands,” replied Sara regarding her Riding Hero award.For being March’s Riding Hero, Sara received a free lunch from the Glenwood Canyon Brew Pub, $40 worth of Grand Hogback bus punches and congratulations from all of us on making a difference in our community.Send in your nomination now for the next Riding Heroes!Chosen entran will receive a $25 gift certificate to one of Glenwood’s fine eateries and $40 worth of Grand Hogback or Ride Glenwood bus punches.Once a month in this column, we will introduce to you an individual who takes advantage of the bus service in this community or an individual who drives one of these large multi-passenger vehicles.In 100 words or less, please describe why this person should be recognized. Entrants should ride one of the valley’s buses or Ride Glenwood at least two times a week or consistently at lunch or break times. Please mail nomination forms to: Ride Glenwood, 101 W. 8th St., Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 or RFTA, Box 1270, Carbondale, CO 81623, Attn: Riding Heroes.Construction reportfor Glenwood SpringsGlenwood Springs Electric Department will be doing shoulder work at Midland Avenue and Four Mile Intersection. They will also be working at Wulfsohn and Midland and the alley between Grand Avenue and Cooper Avenue in the 800 block.Cathy Tuttle is with the consulting firm of Tuttle Marketing and is the RFTA/city of Glenwood Transportation Marketing Alliance manager/consultant. For additional information please call 384-6427 or e-mail to email@example.com. This column appears every Monday to explain how each person in our community can make a difference in our quality of life. Transportation Responsibility & You – one day at a time, one trip at a time.
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