The Tri-Valley Opportunity Council, Inc. Summer Fun Bus is available again in the communities of Crookston and Thief River Falls.
The Tri-Valley Opportunity Council, Inc. Summer Fun Bus is available again in the communities of Crookston and Thief River Falls. Since the program began, numbers have continued to rise. So far this summer, there are nearly 40 riders in Crookston and over 50 participants in Thief River Falls. Summer Fun Bus passes and punch cards are still available by calling Tri-Valley Transportation at 1-800-201-3432.
The Tri-Valley Summer Fun Bus runs from June 1 until August 31 and is for riders aged five to 18. Passes are $55 per child or a maximum of $120 for a family in Crookston. In Thief River Falls, passes are $55 per child or a maximum of $125 for a family. Young riders can use the Summer Fun Bus for summer recreation activities, appointments, trips to the library, and summer school to name just a few options.
Safety comes first on the Tri-Valley Summer Fun Bus. All the children ride in the front of the bus and are dropped off and picked up at their destination or event. In addition, all Tri-Valley buses are equipped with a camera system to help ensure the safety of the passengers and driver.
For more information on Summer Fun Bus passes call 1-800-201-3432 or stop by the Tri-Valley Transit Office in Crookston at 1345 Fairfax Avenue or in Thief River Falls at 524 Barzen Avenue.
Tri-Valley Opportunity Council, Inc. is a not-for-profit community action agency headquartered in Crookston, Minn. In existence since 1965, Tri-Valley provides services in 84 counties in Minnesota and Northeast North Dakota. The mission of Tri-Valley is to provide opportunities to improve the quality of life for people and communities.