Amalgamated Transit Union President Mark Lowry and Whatcom Transportation Authority General Manager Pete Stark are surrounded by bags of donated clothes and blankets collected in December 2015 during the two agencies’ “Warm Hearts Warm Hands” drive. People donated 2 tons of items to help local people in need.
Amalgamated Transit Union President Mark Lowry and Whatcom Transportation Authority General Manager Pete Stark are surrounded by bags of donated clothes and blankets collected in December 2015 during the two agencies’ “Warm Hearts Warm Hands” drive. People donated 2 tons of items to help local people in need. Whatcom Transportation Authority Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Amalgamated Transit Union President Mark Lowry and Whatcom Transportation Authority General Manager Pete Stark are surrounded by bags of donated clothes and blankets collected in December 2015 during the two agencies’ “Warm Hearts Warm Hands” drive. People donated 2 tons of items to help local people in need. Whatcom Transportation Authority Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

WTA buses collect 2 tons of clothes, blankets in December drive

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