Community Challenge Grants fund quick-action projects that help communities become more livable in the long-term by improving public spaces, transportation, housing, civic engagement, diversity and inclusion, and more.
If you are feeling like you are eating the same thing week-after-week, consider attending AARP Wyoming’s Dinner Rut Reboot Series. This four-event series offers cooking classes over Zoom led by award-winning culinary registered dietitian Judy Barbe of Casper.
AARP Wyoming offers classes using colored pencils starting in early June. The class will be taught by award winning artist and instructor Lynn Jones and feature five sessions held in-person at AARP Wyoming offices in Cheyenne.
The May 22 call will be with online romance scam survivor, Kate Kleinert, who will tell her story about getting victimized by an online scammer. You’ll have a chance to ask questions and share your stories.
The event, called Senior High Tech, is a collaboration between Cheyenne Central’s Boys Soccer Team, The Cheyenne Senior Center, and AARP Wyoming. The training is free and there is no requirement to be an AARP member or over age 50 in order to take part in the event.
AARP shredding events help you to stay one step ahead of identity thieves by shredding personal and financial documents. AARP Wyoming will also host shredding events in Buffalo and Sheridan Counties on Saturday, May 13.