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Songs from the road at Saxon Pub | Nov.5

11.5.17 | 2-4 pm  |  $100/person
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Our annual Songs from the Road celebration will be held Sunday November 5, at Austin’s iconic Saxon Pub — 1320 South Lamar Blvd. It’s an afternoon of music, hors d’oeuvres and a ton of fun to honor the volunteers who are constantly at the wheel of our free rides for senior neighbors. Bands this year include Backyard Boys and Girls and Driver. All proceeds will go toward enhancing the lives of older home-bound adults by providing transportation in the Drive a Senior, Austin-West community. Tickets may be purchased at the door.
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Songs from the road. Drive a Senior - Austin, West 2017

Bill Miller – Making a Difference

KEYE recently did a Making a Difference segment on our very own Bill Miller. He has driven with us since 2007 and has driven over 17,000 miles since then. Thanks to Bill for his time and service to our community. He has also previously been recognized as a “Legend” by Recognize Good. You can check that out here.

Pictured (L-R): Executive Director Martha Stuber, Board Member Bill Miller, Board Member Mike Murphy

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Bounded by the Colorado River to the west and south and Loop 360 and US 183 to the north, this region serves downtown Austin as well as Central Austin, Old West Austin, Hyde Park, Rosedale, Tarrytown, Allandale, Northwest Hills and North Shoal Creek.


MON 78751, 78756, 78757, 78758, 78759
HEB (Far West) | Walmart (Northcross)
WED 78701, 78703, 78705, 78731
HEB (Far West) | Walmart (Northcross)

Van passengers need to reserve their seats at least three business days in advance by phoning 512.472.6339. All are morning trips.

How you can help ….

SHARE SOME OF YOUR TIME: Even if driving’s not your cup of tea there are a world of ways to help your homebound senior neighbors. Are you good with a wrench? Join our brigade of part- time handymen. Like to visit? Make occasional home visits; they’re always welcome. Like spending time on the phone? Check in with a senior neighbor who’d love a chat? How about helping out in our office part time? Assisting in our next fund-raiser? Passing out flyers? If you have the time, we have the task.

PROVIDE FINANCIAL SUPPORT: Donations make it possible for Drive a Senior to serve our nearby senior citizens and to plan to continue that service  as the needs grow. You can donate to Drive a Senior – West Austin online here. And there lots of other ways a little contribution can turn into a lot of rides, such as:

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Spread that smile around…

Make Drive a Senior – West Austin the recipient of your Amazon Smile program and whenever you make a purchase Amazon sends  us a “finders’ fee.” That way everybody smiles.

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RideShare … and share with us

The next time you venture into Austin, leave the driving to Ride Austin and  ‘Round Up’ for Drive a Senior in the app. We get the difference between your fare and the next whole dollar. Every time.

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Reward us too …

You already save money with your Randall’s Remarkable card. But you can also make money for Drive a Senior with your grocery purchases. Visit the Courtesy Booth at your Randall’s and add our number (below) to associate our cause with your card. Randall’s will send a check  for 1 per cent of all grocery purchases by Remarkable Card holders who add our number. You only need to add the number once. Here’s that number: 7670 


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SERVICES COORDINATORS | Laura Davidson and Laurie Ehrlich


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