We are a happening place!
The Buffalo Senior Center offers a wide variety of activities for our patrons to keep their minds and bodies active and engaged. In the offering are ceramics and senior exercise classes, along with pool leagues, card games, scrap booking and various crafts.The Buffalo Area Transit System makes trips to Sheridan three times a week and once a month to Casper. We also sponsor visually impaired, and cancer support groups. And don’t forget the home cooked, nutritious meals served every from noon to 1 p.m. For more information contact the Buffalo Senior Center at 307-684-9551 or stop by and visit us at 671 West Fetterman St. in Buffalo.
On the second and last Wednesday of each month the Senior Store is open for business. It showcases the talent of the seniors and creates an outlet for them to sell their handiwork. Some of the handmade items found for sale are jewelry, birdhouses, kitchen towels, baby clothes, blankets and quilts; walking sticks, cribbage boards, and rugs.
All items are modestly priced and are a good value for the money. All of the items for sale have been made by seniors. The purchase price is divided between the person who made the handiwork and the senior center. We sell the items for the people who made them and the center receives 10 percent of the proceeds.
Buffalo Senior Center
Our Mission and Purpose:
The Buffalo Senior Center offers a range of services that empower participants to feel dignity and pride in acting for themselves in a positive atmosphere of acceptance and enrichment; and to remain as independent as possible in their own residences as opposed to premature placement in a long-term care residential location. We welcome you!
Alice Ott - Chair
Vicky Gearhart - Vice Chair
Zola Werle - Secretary
Marie Robinson - Kaycee Representative
Lynn Westenberg - Chair
Carole Buckingham - Vice Chair (Kaycee)
Cheryl Benner -Treasurer
Kassahn Mathson - Secretary
Ryan Ludwig, MD
Judy Lund - Kaycee Representative