Tagged: SASi

SASi names new E.D.

By Reader Staff

The board of the Sandpoint Area Senior Center recently announced the appointment of Cherie Coldwell as executive director effective Feb. 1. 

Coldwell is an Air Force veteran …

SASi receives Alzheimer’s grant

By Reader Staff

Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA), a national nonprofit organization, recently awarded Sandpoint Area Seniors, Inc. (SASi) a $5,000 grant for respite care.

SASi will utilize these funds …

101 Women grant cycle opens

By Reader Staff

A $10,000 grant award is once again up for grabs to area nonprofits. The organization 101 Women Sandpoint recently opened their fall grant cycle and is encouraging …

Walmart awards $29k grant to SASi

By Ben Olson
Reader Staff

Walmart awarded Sandpoint Area Seniors, Inc. (SASi) a grant totaling $28,750 on Thursday. After handing the “big check” to SASi executive director Ellen Weissman, Walmart …

Karaoke at the Senior Center

By Reader Staff

Dust off those dancing shoes and get those vocal chords warmed up, it’s time for another installment of singing and dancing at the Sandpoint Senior Center.

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