Drink for a cause

Just a quick mention here – a fundraiser will be held at El Rancho Tavern on Thursday from 7-10 p.m. to help get The Hive’s Buzz Bus back up and running.

The Buzz Bus, which offers free rides home from the bars, broke down in late November and is in need of a new engine at the cost of around $13,000.

“We are looking for community support to get the Buzz Bus back on the road and not just for the free weekend services, but also to create more transportation access for local youth,” Kelsi Borland, executive director of the Hive, said in a statement. “We hope to raise the funds necessary to be in operation by spring of 2023”

Two bands – The Batteries and Madd Libby & The Saints – will be playing, and there will also be opportunities to donate. Just make sure you find a safe way home!

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