Thanks to Paula and Todd Anderson for allowing to put this sign on their property and thanks to dispatcher Kristina for coming up with this great idea and then making it happen. Dial-A-Bus is overrun with good-hearted people doing good-hearted things.
What did you do today to make the world a better place?
If you're having trouble answering that question, join our team! We make a difference in someone's life every day.
We are looking for volunteers.
Have you seen our volunteer recruitment video? Check it out! Hire Story did a great job!
Update: Our phone system is back online.
The Benton County phone system is currently down. We are unable to access our phones or voicemails. Please be patient as the IT department works on getting it back online. Sorry for any inconvenience.
A Legend Retires
Jim Martin, longtime Dial-A-Bus volunteer, retired last week to move back closer to family in Arkansas. Jim has been a fixture around Dial-A-Bus for over a decade. Although infinitely humble and unassuming, Jim is a towering giant in our community. His record of service is an edifice he built with his own hands, from which the rest of us might reach higher than we otherwise could.
Congratulations to Catelyn Clark, the 2017 winner of the Dial-A-Bus Landkamer-Fisher Scholarship.
This scholarship was started three years ago to honor Jim Landkamer (pictured below with Ms Clark) and John Fisher, our two longest-serving volunteers. John and Jim are in their 30th and 25th year of service, respectively.