Meet Bob Lindrud this week's Ben's Bellee! Bob Lindrud was nominated by John Shepard because For the past four years, Bob Lindrud has devoted nearly every day to cleaning up and beautifying the Fort Lowell Neighborhood trails and paths. Come rain and come shine, Bob is volunteering his time to maintaining the trails along Fort Lowell Road between Craycroft and Swan, trimming and hauling away vegetation along the paths. His tireless efforts to keep the Alamo Wash (between Glenn and Fort Lowell) clean have resulted in the wash’s transformation from a place to dump things to a beautiful tree-lined area that functions as a sanctuary for the flora and fauna indigenous to the area. For the most part, Bob works alone, but welcomes others to join him.
Bob helps lead two annual cleanup events that draw dozens of residents, high school and college students, and others to volunteer. We owe Bob a debt of gratitude for his tireless efforts. He is a great example of a volunteer who expects nothing in return for his efforts other than the satisfaction he derives from his efforts. For all these reasons, we feel Bob is an outstanding candidate for a Ben’s Bell.
Ben's Bells promote kindness and community.
Every Friday morning at 8:30 the Morning Mix teams up with the Ben's Bells Project to salute a person who betters Tucson! Each weekly recipient is "belled" (and joyfully celebrated!) as a unique individual who shares their kindness with our community. Visit bensbells.org or call 628-2829 to nominate a special person you feel should be recognized for their kindness and caring.