Friday, August 14, 2009

BUS-TED ... AT 7TH AND MONTANA!


Cheers erupted at 7th and Montana this morning as word spread that two of our very own -- Bob TeSelle and Liz Greenberger -- have been immortalized as Community Heroes for their volunteer work providing technology training to first-generation college-bound students. Not only was their popular Tech4Success program at the Santa Monica High School honored by the City's Human Relations Council, but their pictures are running on the sides of buses all over town. "That's better than having your photo in the Post Office," said Joyce. "It beats being on the side of a Milk Carton," said Howard. "I guess it's better to be on the side of a bus, than to be hit by a bus!," said Bob.

6 comments:

garnett109 said...

What , No marker marty?

Dawn said...

LOL... at the marker!

That is really nice that they were recognized for their volunteerism!

be well...

Beth said...

Good for them! Nice to see people doing good things for their community honored in this way. Bravo!

Lynne said...

Or to be a in Bus(t) battle, like what's going on over in GE, LOL.

Lynne said...

P.S. Congratulations to them both! What a wonderful thing they are doing in support of youth!

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

Community Hero's and Funny Too :o)