Next month, a colorful crew of runners will cross an Arkansas City finish line in the Color for a Cure 5K to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association. Along the route, runners will be doused with brightly colored powder, adding a fun twist to
Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America has announced the winners of its annual, systemwide Art is Ageless® competition, which features entries by artists age 65 and older throughout Kansas and Missouri.
Art is Ageless, open exclusively to people
Two winning artists in Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor’s annual Art is Ageless® juried competition will be featured in the 2015 Art is Ageless Calendar produced by Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America.
“Where the Buffalo Roam,” a mixed media
People downsize at various stages in life. College students squeeze into dorm rooms. Newlyweds combine two households into one. Empty nesters may move to a smaller house or apartment, and older adults move to retirement community apartments.
You’re thinking about the future. You’re curious about retirement communities but you’re not quite ready to move. You’re wondering how people can go from a house to an apartment – aren’t they giving up a lot? Is home ownership still your
Sheldon Klassen has been named Director of Plant Operations for Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America. Klassen assumed his new position July 23.
Klassen was named executive director of Kansas City Presbyterian Manor in April 2011. He has more than 25 years
William H. “Bill” Taylor has been named Regional Director of Operations for Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America. Taylor will assume his new position Aug. 3.
Taylor was named executive director of Salina Presbyterian Manor in October 2010. He has
NOTE: Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America is celebrating 65 years of providing quality senior services guided by Christian values. In each edition of Community Matters, we take a look back at our history.
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Many Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor residents participate in activities with a purpose.
Memory Care neighborhood residents made bead bracelets that were sold during the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, said Jayla Jenkins, who coordinates most of their activities.
Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor is going to the birds to raise funds for the Cowley County Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Two flocks of flamingos are traveling around the greater Arkansas City community through the end of August.
Both flocks visited