After more than 11 years as Program Developer for Red Wing Area Seniors, Inc., Robin Wipperling has decided to move on, although she won’t be moving far — she will manage the new Red Wing Pottery Museum located just down the hall! Her last day at Pier 55 will be March 31st.
Robin brought us laughter, style, a passion for helping, and a gift for listening. The Field of Honor was her inspiration, but not the only one in a long line of achievements. She always took the time to chat and to care, qualities that affected everyone who visited our organization.
Please join us in saying thanks to Robin and wishing her continued success at a special party in her honor.
The Red Wing Senior Center is open
to all individuals age 55 and over.
The Center is handicapped accessible and no one shall be refused access to programs because of race, religion, sex, color, economic status, or disability.
Our mission as Red Wing Area Seniors, Inc. is to enhance, stimulate, accommodate and support
ever-changing and active lives.
Hours Mon-Fri, 9:00 to 4:00
Coming in April
Just when I think things are slowing down, there are new challenges and opportunities at Pier 55. Finding a new program developer for Red Wing Area Seniors, Inc. is at the top of the “challenges” list. Working with her over the years has been a pleasure and, knowing that she’ll just be down the hall, helps to take the sting out of the loss. I hope you’ll join us on March 31st for a party featuring two of her favorite things — wine and chocolate!
See you at the Pier! Nancy Swanson