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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Shoreline volunteers invited to become “Travel Ambassadors”

Sorting through the maze of transportation alternatives for getting around King County can be an overwhelming task, yet for many people in the Shoreline area, travel options are the key to independence – whether that means a ride to a doctor’s appointment, work, school, shopping, social activities, or family events.

Hopelink is offering free training for local residents who are interested in helping their neighbors figure out how to get where they need to go without a car. The training is available to staff, providers and volunteers who work directly with people with transportation needs – as well as community members who would like to learn more about travel options. 

Training to become a “Travel Ambassador” will be held Tuesday, Feb 19 from 9am to 1pm at the Hopelink Shoreline Food Bank, 15809 Westminster Way N in Shoreline. Registration is required and training is limited to15 participants.

To learn more or to register, contact:

Registration closes Feb 12. The location is ADA accessible. Alternate formats and languages are available on request.


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