Outstanding Ontario Volunteers Honored For Service

An Ontario resident who has volunteered 4,056 hours in the past 20 years for the Travelers Aid of the Inland Empire was honored today by the Ontario City Council at the City of Ontario’s 23rd Annual Volunteer Walk of Fame. Raquel Casillas, a retired nursing supervisor who arrives every Wednesday afternoon at the Ontario International Airport to help the guests traveling in and out, answers questions and provides them with top-notch customer service with their many travel predicaments, received a bronze star during the special ceremony that acknowledges outstanding City volunteers. Travelers Aid of the Inland Empire provides information and referrals to travelers passing through the Ontario International Airport, and provides assistance to stranded passengers and victims of domestic violence.