Neighbor Ride volunteers certainly have been busy driving of late but volunteers have contributed in other fun ways too. Thanks to Maryland Day of Service volunteers, Casey O'Brien and Donna Dennis who posted fliers all over town and Nicolette Querry who took photographs of several passengers and drivers.
Catherine and Don Jones worked at the Church of the Resurrection Health Fair promoting Neighbor Ride. Thanks to Catherine and Don!
We also want to thank those who worked at our table at the 50+ Expo: Bob Englebach, Karen Trudel, Jeannie and Louie Kranefeld, Carole Graves, Lynn Layug and Rick Fornadel.
CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS
Morning Shift Still Needed 8:30 - 10:30 am
Saturday, November 3, 2018
Caregiver Conference - An Ounce of Prevention
Ellicott City 50+ Center, 9401 Frederick Rd, Ellicott City, MD 21042
The "Move Over" traffic law has expanded to include waste/recycling trucks and transportation, service and utility vehicles with yellow/amber flashing lights or signal devices; already covered under the law are tow trucks, emergency response vehicles and law enforcement vehicles. If drivers cannot safely get over, the law requires them to slow down to a safer speed.
2019 is Upon Us!
The always popular paper planning calendars are here! Stop by and pick one up Monday through Friday between 9:00 am - 2:00 pm.
Neighbor Ride extends sincere sympathy to the families of passengers James Gladden and Anna Schools.
"My driver, Bill, is most helpful, kind and considerate. I don't know what I would do without him."
"My husband really enjoys and appreciates you and the other Neighborride folks. Not being able to drive has been hard on him. It sounds strange, but being able to get help from Neighborride makes him feel more independent, since he hates to rely on me to drive him everywhere. THANK YOU."
1358 = Trips Completed
196 = R.C. Hours
30 = No Driver Rides
15 = New Passengers ___________________ Welcome New Volunteers
Please refer your friends & neighbors!
Saturday, November 17
Monday, December 10
Monday, January 21
Thursday, February 14