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Rendezvous Pointe

425 E. Magnolia Street
Pinedale, WY - 82941
Rendezvous Pointe is a non-profit senior and community center located in Pinedale, Wyoming. We are committed to keeping seniors and the disabled in our community healthy, active, self-reliant and able to live in their own homes or independently as long as possible. Yet we and others are also working on building new senior housing for those who choose to leave their own homes and can live independently. Most importantly, Rendezvous Pointe fosters friendship and the enjoyment of each other. Whether it is delicious, yet well-balanced and nutritious meals, water colors, ceramics, music, the Fiber Guild, a trip to Yellowstone National Park, Tai Chi, card games, local history, and even the annual blood drive and breakfast, we have fun and learn something, too. We are generously supported by our local community including the Sublette County Commissioners, the Pinedale Town Council, and many businesses and individuals. Rendezvous Pointe also receives support from the Aging Division in Wyoming's Department of Health, the Wyoming Senior Services Board, the Wyoming Department of Transportation, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. By special reservation, and for modest fees, Rendezvous Pointe is also available for community, private and public functions or events...

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