Briefcase September 7, 2012
The Fort Collins Senior Center received two awards at the 2012 Colorado Association of Senior Centers Awards. Barbara Schoenberger, recreation supervisor at the Center, was awarded the "Outstanding 'Seen It All' Professional" CASC Award. Schoenberger was instrumental in the design of the building of the current Senior Center, as well as the program, staff development and implementation. The Center's program "Growing Older in Fort Collins – Silver Tsunami as A Golden Opportunity" won a CASC Award for "Outstanding Program." The program was a collaborative effort of the Senior Center, the Senior Center Building on Basics Expansion Committee, The Fort Collins Senior Advisory Board, the Northern Colorado Community Foundation and Colorado State University Center for Public Deliberation. Silver Tsunami was an effort to create awareness of the coming changes with the growing number of older residents.
Schrader Oil Co., a Fort Collins family-owned business, awarded local volunteer fire departments that fought in the High Park Fire with more than $20,000 in August. The company's customers raised more than $10,000 as part of a fundraising effort, and Shrader matched those donations. The Schrader family
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