Community and Economic Development
If you are looking for resources on business or community help during this crisis, please visit the following website provided by MSU Extension: https://msuextension.org/covid19/Buisness.html
We've come across quite a list of helpful websites for financial help for individuals and small businesses. Below are several links that you can check out for help.
We will also be posting webinars and helpful information on our Facebook page. (The link can be found in the left sidebar.)
Are you interested in being a leader in your community? Do you want to learn leadership skills? Do you want to make a difference in your town? This small group training will give you all the skills you need to be a leader in your community. Some topics include Crucial Conversations, Asset Mapping, Generational Differences, Community Capital Assets and much more. Call Mandie Reed at the Extension Office for more information. Offered yearly.
Want to give back to your community in a way that will impact generations to come? Wheatland County has a community foundation that enables you to "give where you live"! All donations go to give grants to people and organizations in our own County in order to bring about economic development and growth.
Strong People Exercise Groups
Wheatland County Extension offers several opportunities for people to stay strong and healthy. Register with the Extension Office to attend classes.
- Tai Ji Quan offers excersizes to promote balance. Meets on Mondays at 8 am at the Armory Fitness Center.
- Strong People offers movement and strength training for overall better health. Meets on Tuesdays at 8 am at the Armory Fitness Center.
- Strong Bones offers specific strength training to support bones and muscles. Meets on Wedensdays at 8:30 am at the Armory Fitness Center.
- Strong Hearts offers low impact walking to promote heart health. Meets on Thursdays at 8:30 am at the Armory Fitness Center.
Who doesn't like a great playground for their kids right in the middle of town? Wheatland County Extension has brought people and grants together to develop a safe, handicap accessible area for kids to enjoy in the middle of our beautiful Chief Joseph Park.