Thanksgiving… California Operation Lifesaver; Grateful for our Volunteers and Rail Safety Partners

As we head toward the Thanksgiving Holiday and 2014 starts winding down, California Operation Lifesaver (CAOL) is grateful to all of our amazing volunteers and our supportive rail safety partners.

This has been a busy and productive year for CAOL. Starting with our successful rail safety conference in Garden Grove, to our ILCAD events, National Train Day events, our celebration of September Rail Safety Month, and our See Tracks? Think Train! campaign efforts. We have shared the rail safety education message in many different ways to many different demographic groups throughout California.

For every successful event and presentation, our volunteers and our rail safety partners were there to support, participate, and make all it all work.  Our volunteers dedicate  countless hours to educating the public on how to make good decisions around trains and train tracks. Our rail safety partners are there every step of the way providing support to our team, assisting us in our efforts, and making much of what we do, a reality.

California Operation Lifesaver is thankful for our volunteer’s commitment to our rail safety efforts. We appreciate all their hard work and their steadfast passion for providing our rail safety message.

We are grateful to our rail safety partners for their consistent and important partnership, and we value your support.

At this time of Thanksgiving, we count ourselves fortunate and we extend our sincere “Thank You” to our volunteers and our rail safety partners!

See the blog of thanks from Operation Lifesaver President; Joyce Rose. http://oli.org/blog/detail/giving-thanks-to-our-partners-in-rail-safety-education#.VGT82JUtBMv

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