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Sheridan’s Drummond honored by AARP Wyoming

Becky Farrell, AARP Wyoming

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.

Volunteering and working for the betterment of others has long been a part of Nancy Drummond’s life. She has been doing the Medicare/Medicaid consults for the Wyoming State Health Insurance Information Program (WSHIIP) since 1995.

Drummond is also a very active member of AARP Wyoming’s Sheridan Community Action Team and The Executive Director of the North Main Association. In 2019, The North Main Association applied for and received $11,700 to fund a new gazebo, picnic table and nine benches along the North Main Trail in Sheridan. The gazebo and handicapped accessible picnic table will be close to the parking lot for easy access.

Drummond likes everything about the organization and says “what we do is awesome because it’s very non-political but it’s for the benefit of everybody” and she is proud to be associated with an organization that puts forth the effort to help so many people

Originally from Detroit; Drummond moved to Sheridan with her husband of 46 years, Bruce, in 1980. They have three children: Mark, Jamie, and Glen; five grandchildren; and two fur-grandbabies (red mini Aussies).

Nancy retired in January but says “just because you retire doesn’t mean you stop living!” She loves retirement but remains active in the community. Nancy continues to share her seamstress skills with Sheridan through her Alterations by Nancy business.

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