In Honor of Linda McCay
And the Sunrise Rotary bus shelter for at the Tehama campus for Shasta College students is almost complete. With the support of the Rotary foundation, we were able to make this possible. The shelter honors a wonderful woman and Sunrise Rotarian Linda McCay. With this bus stop we hope to: 1.  Encourage more students to attend the Tehama Campus of Shasta College.  TRAX and Shasta College will coordinate class schedules with bus schedules.  Marketing will be done on campus, on the bus system, and in local press. 2. Provide safe transportation alternative to students without vehicles. 3. Secure a dedicated bus route to the Tehama Campus.  4.  Provide a safe, dry location for students to meet and wait for bus service. 5. To honor long time Rotarian and Shasta College Instructor, Linda McCay. Signage will include the Rotary Wheel and a plaque displaying Linda McCay’s  contributions. The Tehama Campus currently serves 1300 students, many of whom receive financial assistance and have limited access to transportation alternatives.  Andy Fields, Associate Dean of Extended Education feels that the enrollment at the campus could increase significantly if dedicated bus service is provided.

Linda McCay Memorial Bus Stop

Red Bluff Rotary Sunrise
MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN OUR COMMUNITY!
And the Sunrise Rotary bus shelter for at the Tehama campus for Shasta College students is almost complete. With the support of the Rotary foundation, we were able to make this possible. The shelter honors a wonderful woman and Sunrise Rotarian Linda McCay. With this bus stop we hope to: 1.  Encourage more students to attend the Tehama Campus of Shasta College.  TRAX and Shasta College will coordinate class schedules with bus schedules.  Marketing will be done on campus, on the bus system, and in local press. 2. Provide safe transportation alternative to students without vehicles. 3. Secure a dedicated bus route to the Tehama Campus.  4.  Provide a safe, dry location for students to meet and wait for bus service. 5. To honor long time Rotarian and Shasta College Instructor, Linda McCay. Signage will include the Rotary Wheel and a plaque displaying Linda McCay’s  contributions. The Tehama Campus currently serves 1300 students, many of whom receive financial assistance and have limited access to transportation alternatives.  Andy Fields, Associate Dean of Extended Education feels that the enrollment at the campus could increase significantly if dedicated bus service is provided.

Linda McCay Memorial Bus Stop

MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN OUR COMMUNITY!