Carbondale shuttle a hit |

Carbondale shuttle a hit

A big thank-you goes out to everyone who helped make the Mountain Fair Shuttle Bus pilot project possible in Carbondale last weekend, including: Theo Bird, Sakson Mortgage Group, River Valley Ranch, Ted Reed, La Mision, Carbondale Council for the Arts and Humanities.

Also: Dave Ritchie, Latinoamericanos Unidos, The Stepstone Center, Jake Vickery, OTAK, John Foulkrod, Georgia Chamberlain, Alice Hubbard, Colin Laird, The Village Smithy, Roaring Forge, Solar Energy International, the Valley Journal, Town of Carbondale, Michael Hassig,

Deedee Shea, Gayle Rippe, Julie Hawkins, Abdollah Dashti, Therese Tice, Rianna Rollyson, Ethan and Forrest Nott, Jennifer Carney, Tanzie, a whole-bunch of fantastic 3- to 11-year old artists, Alice Sjoberg, Dick Miller, Bertilio Garcia, Kent Blackmer, Kay Brunnier and all the other fine folks at RFTA.

Over 400 people rode the shuttle and everyone seemed to love it. For more information about efforts to launch a permanent shuttle service in Carbondale, call 963-3483.

Ride on!

Scott Chaplin, director

Stepstone Center

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