Updates from the Director

 

 

 

Emergency Preparedness     Emergency Preparedness    At a recent Wisconsin Assn. of Senior Centers Spring Conference the topic was emergency preparedness.  Senior Center Directors shared what they learned when their communities experienced fires, tornadoes and a natural gas explosion. They suggested that people prepare......

Thanks to All Our Volunteers!   April is Volunteer Appreciation Month. On behalf of all the staff, thank you for all you do here at the Senior Center. We hope to see you at our Volunteer Appreciation event this month! It’s sure to be a......

March 2019 update 2/19/2019   What a crazy winter we have had! Blizzards, polar vortexes and subzero wind chills that caused frozen pipes, stalled cars, and frozen locks, followed by fog and wild swings in temperatures that melted the snow, only to have it refreeze......

updated 1/20/2019 February 2019   Welcome Baby Noah!   Noah Alexander Hanson arrived safely on January 5 at 6:05 AM, weighing 5 lbs. 12 oz. and 19.5” long. Many of you have been asking about Noah and his mom Jenni who spent several weeks on......

updated 12/20/2018 January 2019   2018 started out with mold remediation, followed by remodeling of the health & wellness area, painting and carpeting the offices, and the replacement of our bathroom floors. Just when we thought we might catch our breath, the parking lot tear-out......

updated 11/10/2018 December 2018   December in Wisconsin marks the reappearance of a familiar sight, the “winter waddle” – people swathed in heavy coats and boots, cautiously making their way along ice-coated sidewalks. If you haven’t already laid in a supply of sand and salt......

updated 10/19/2018 November 2018   Thanksgiving is traditionally a time to pause and reflect on all that is good in our lives. It’s a time to put our gratitude into words. Loving family, close friends, good health, and a safe place to live are reasons......

updated 8/21/2018 September 2018   People often think of superheroes as dramatic caped figures who fly in during times of crisis to “save the day”, but I believe that superheroes can be found among us every day, quiet people who simply go about helping others,......

August 2018 Updated 7/17/18   Alasa and I have been spending the last couple of months watching a lot of baseball games. Her sons, Hunter and Saxton, and my grandson, Gavin, play on opposing teams in Stoughton’s Little League, and Hunter and Gavin are teammates......

July 2018 –   The parking lot replacement is nearly done! Thank you for your patience and perseverance as you dodged cranes and steamrollers on your way in to the Senior Center.   The Fall/Winter Prairie Kitchen Cooking Club classes co-sponsored by Badger Prairie, UW......