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Autumn Harvest Lunch

2019-11-05T14:18:10-07:00November 5th, 2019|

Autumn Harvest Lunch with The HUB Saturday, November 9th, 11am Instructors: Georgia Boley, RD and Chef Dan Cole from The HUB on Smith The Hub on Smith's Nutrition Team, Chef Dan Cole - representing delicious, and Dietitian Georgia Boley- representing nutritious, will provide a nutritious AND delicious autumn harvest cooking

Cracked: New Light on Dementia

2019-10-15T10:01:28-07:00October 15th, 2019|

Wyoming AARP is sponsoring a special showing of this inspirational play and film in conjunction with the Wyoming Summit on Creating Dementia Capable Communities. This innovative research-based play and film follows the experiences of persons living with dementia and their families, from diagnosis to their new lives in long-term care.

Dementia Friendly Wyoming- Building Sustainability

2019-09-30T12:26:37-07:00September 30th, 2019|

It was an exciting day in the fall of 2016 when The Hub on Smith received notice that they and the Sheridan community were one of 11 recipients for a three-year federal grant from the Administration for Community Living. The journey began October 1, 2016 as the team began to

Goose Creek Transit Launches New Fixed Route

2019-09-25T14:33:15-07:00September 25th, 2019|

We are getting prepared to launch our first ever fixed route bus service this fall! The Hub on Smith applied for and received a grant from the Community Services Block Grant or CSBG and we also received an increase in the funding we get from the Federal Transit Administration. Between

Goose Creek Transit Update

2017-12-19T18:59:57-07:00October 4th, 2016|

Steve Ainslie There is a lot going on at Goose Creek Transit this fall. Formerly known as the Sheridan Mini-Bus, we have recently changed our name and our look. You may have noticed our new image on our buses rolling around town. They are pretty hard to miss

First Day of Fall is Also National Fall Prevention Day

2017-12-19T18:43:13-07:00September 27th, 2016|

Dave Schwaiger, RN When we think of falls, we naturally think of fractures, and when we think of fractures we think of loss of our ability to be fully functional. Among older adults, according to the National Council on Aging, falls are the number one cause of fractures,

How is the Senior Center doing with State Budget Cuts?

2017-12-19T18:45:51-07:00September 19th, 2016|

Carmen Rideout A number of Sheridanites have asked me how the Sheridan Senior Center is doing? Surely we must be okay because there is so much is activity at the Center; it seems so busy and we are all still smiling! In addition we completed a very successful