Helping seniors stay independent, active and
valued members of their community.
Founded in 2006 CORE Community Resources strives to provide advocacy for all seniors: promoting physical, mental and social well-being while promoting independence. Our goal is to create an environment that values seniors and helps them thrive and remain engaged in their community.
Serving northern Bayfield County including residents in Washburn, Cornucopia,
La Pointe, Bayfield, Red Cliff and the surrounding area.
For more information contact us at:
CORE Community Resources 715-779-3457 or email us at: email@example.com
Superior Life Long Learning--Great Ideas for the Kids Next Visit, May 5 & 19
1:00 to 3:00 p.m., Cornucopia Town Hall, CO Hwy C, Cornucopia
Have you ever been stuck, trying to figure out what you’re going to do when the grand kids, or great nieces and nephews, or your neighbors’ kids, come to visit? Join this 2-part series and never be at a loss for fun activities ever again. Join Dorothy Hoffman, an educator, grandmother, auntie, and friend of children with many years experience keeping kids busy and happy, in this fun, interactive class. Participants will share their favorite South Shore experiences with children, compile all their ideas, and produce a booklet filled with activities and adventures. Class size is limited to 10. Register by April 28 by calling CORE: 715-779-3457 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Free!
May 27th-- Let's Do Lunch!
11:30 to 1:00 p.m., Bethesda Lutheran Church, 109 6th St., Bayfield
Try your cooking talents with some new recipes, guided by Sharon Locey and Christine Markley, two experienced B & B hosts serve as chefs/instructors this month. The menu includes guest-tested favorites: Mexican quiche; ham, wild rice, mushroom quiche; French toast; cantaloupe surprise, and more.
Register by May 20: 715-779-3457
Free for residents 55+, living in Bayfield, Cornucopia, Madeline Island, Red Cliff, Washburn, and the communities that share their zip codes.
Become a Friend in Deed with CORE!
Volunteer Orientation and Training
Monday, June 6, 5 to 7:00 p.m.
Washburn Cultural Center, 1 East Bayfield Street, Washburn
Lend a helping hand and share a friendly smile! Friend in Deed volunteers help enrich the lives of seniors. You can choose the ways you want to help: rides for medical appointments and errands, friendly visits, walking dogs, computer support, yard work, and more. Volunteers have a flexible commitment—some volunteer once a week, once a month, or whatever fits with their schedules--you decide what works best for you. Join us June 6 to learn more. Supper will be provided. Current volunteers are encouraged to attend to learn about program updates and connect with other volunteers. To register for the orientation, call CORE Community Resources at 715-779-3457 or email email@example.com.