Monthly Archives: February 2018

Celebrating social workers

Lori Peters with her son and husband at the Alamo in San Atonio, Texas.

Lori Peters with her son and husband at the Alamo in San Atonio, Texas.

Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor honors Social Work Month

Lori Peters

Lori Peters has always had a passion for helping people. She is currently Arkansas City’s Presbyterian Manor’s social worker for assisted living and memory care. Prior to this READ MORE

A calling and a challenge

Elsie Tipton with various members of the congregation.

Elsie Tipton with various members of the congregation.

Elsie Tipton helped forge a path for women in church leadership

March is Women’s History Month, a time to celebrate women who blazed their own trail. Meet Elsie Tipton, a resident of Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor, who was one of the first female READ MORE

Neil Diamond and Coping with Parkinson’s Disease

Medication and surgery can help, but symptoms impact basic abilities (Photo credit: neildiamond.com)

By Emily Gurnon for Next Avenue

Fans of Neil Diamond grieved last month to learn that the longtime pop singer has canceled the remainder of his 50th anniversary tour following a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease.

“Very sad news,” one fan wrote on READ MORE