Who plans the future projects, makes sure the board has coffee for their meetings, what movie to play on Thursday afternoons, stacks the cards and games after game morning, answers the phone and still keeps greeting all with a smile? Janette, thats who.
Janette, a true Craigite with lots of family and friends here, has a backrground in management, is working on her nursing educations (which was iinterupted to be a caretaker for her father) and is also a massage therapist. The perfect person for the Senior Social Canter.
“I love this job,” Janette says. “I enjoy helping people and I love what the programs is growing into, there is so much it can be!”
So have an idea, or a problem or want to pay your membership dues? Call Janette.
I’ve been interested in Seniors and Senior issues in the valley for some time. I started back with Cathy Vanatta at the Legion hall with the Wellness Wednesday program. From there I took on being an instructor for the Living Well series, an evidence based program out of Stanford University. I earned a Master Trainer Certification, traveled the state for about nine years then jumped on the SSC board about 3 1/2 years ago. I love what I do here and have known a lot of these people for 30+ years. It’s a great team we being on the board/advisory board this year.
organization for active adults.
I was involved with 4-H and was a leader of four different clubs. I also served on the Fair board eight years and handled the Queen program.” I’m an active senior in our community and look forward to working on the Senior Social Center Board as someone who wants to see our senior population in Moffat County be the best it can be.
Services at MRH and I’ve been married 16 years and have six children, three girls and three boys. Our kids definitely keep my wife and I busy with sports and other school activities.
In Cheyenne, I have served on other boards and realize that being involved in our
community is an important part for any resident to be a vital member of that