Hi all — yes — because of popular demand, we are back in the swing of things and offering once again our group trips.
COVID-19 is of concern, and Northwest Valley Connect is taking precautionary steps that attends to a higher level of safety practices for passengers, drivers and equipment, and assures rider safety. Although social distancing and masks may be an inhibitor for some folks, we will continue emphasizing practices that honor the health and wellbeing of all folks.
Mark your calendar for May 15 and June 5 and give us a call to schedule your ride to Wickenburg, one of the oldest cowboy towns in Arizona, founded in 1863, and once a contender for the state capital. If you like to shop – this town is a haven. It exudes so much art, culture and outdoor recreation that the adventure will be fun.
Continuing the theme of the Old West, Cave Creek scheduled for June is another historical site, an old mining town preserved not only by the efforts of President Lincoln, but today’s residents. The museums, shopping, and perhaps finding gold draw people to this area while seeking knowledge of their Arizona heritage.
Contact Lynette Dorathy, NVC group trip coordinator, at 623-282-9300 for answers to your questions and to schedule your trip for a nominal fee.
Rich Green, NVC driver, will pick up and deliver you to your door.
We look forward to these events and sharing them with you.
Kathryn Chandler is executive director of Northwest Valley Connect, an essential transport organization founded as a nonprofit to serve west valley residents who are 65 years and older, those with disabilities and veterans without access to public transportation who are living independently. Learn more at northwestvalleyconnect.org.