Volunteering

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In 2018, AARP Wyoming decided to transition one town into a Community Action Team (CAT), the first in the state. This was uncharted territory and the correct path to make this new attempt work was unclear. What was clear, however, was who stepped up to lead in this new endeavor, Barbra Summers, who stepped up and quickly made Casper’s CAT a hot spot for her community to get together.
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AARP Wyoming is seeking volunteers eager to give back to their communities and aid others in need.
Photo of a donation of food to a food bank by AARP members.
Another year, another 750 pounds of food delivered to food banks in the Sheridan area, thanks to the generosity of area residents.
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Food Drive Netted Nearly 750 pounds of Food in 2019
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Riverton’s Linda Bebout was honored by AARP Wyoming as the winner of its Eddie Wadda Community Service Award, Tuesday, Nov. 14, at the organization’s Volunteer Recognition Dinner in Sheridan.
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AARP Wyoming is honoring Janet Lewis of the Alzheimer's Association of Wyoming as its 2019 Community Partner of The Year. Lewis is the executive director of The Alzheimer's Association in Wyoming was presented with the award during AARP Wyoming’s Volunteer Recognition Dinner in Sheridan, Nov. 14.
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AARP Wyoming is honoring Sheridan’s Clarence Montano as its Community Action Volunteer of the Year. Montano was presented with his award by AARP Wyoming during its Volunteer Recognition Dinner in Sheridan on Nov. 14.
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AARP Wyoming is honoring Casper’s Debbie Bovee as its Retired Educator of The Year in 2019. Bovee was presented with her award during AARP Wyoming’s 2019 Volunteer Recognition Awards Banquet in Sheridan on Nov. 14.
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AARP Wyoming is honoring Nancy Drummond of Sheridan with its Lifetime Achievement Award during the organization’s 2019 Volunteer Recognition Dinner in Sheridan on Nov. 20.
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Rawlins Senior residents are encouraged to come to the Rawlins Senior Center in Rawlins, Nov. 8 from 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. to receive a free one-on-one tutoring session on their cell phones and other mobile devices. The training, called Senior High Tech, is a collaboration between AARP Wyoming and S.O.S. (Succor/Serve Our Seniors) which is a joint effort of the Rawlins Senior Center and Wyoming Congressional Award. National Honor Society, FBLA or other groups may also be involved.
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