Tokens of appreciation |

Tokens of appreciation

Provided to the TribuneFrom left, front row, are TYFS outreach assistant Laura Salinas and Angie Keil of the Tahoe Sierra Kiwanis Club. In back are Andrew Morris, Area Transit Management president; Alissa Nourse, TYFS executive director; Brian Hanshew, TYFS outreach assistant; and Marie and Mike Foster and Mark Lilly, Tahoe Sierra Kiwanis.

Tahoe Sierra Kiwanis Club and Area Transit Management Inc. recently helped Tahoe Youth & Family Services provide bus tokens to youth clients.

Kiwanis gave $500 to the project, and ATM provided a significant discount on the cost of the tokens. This was a collaborative approach to removing barriers for youth and families seeking help and support through Tahoe Youth & Family Services.

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