Bill Flick is a long-time resident of Presbyterian Manor and the Arkansas City community. He is an avid outdoorsman, and has passed his love for nature on to his children and grandchildren. His grandson, Matt Dewell, wrote this essay about his
By Rev. Bill Bowles, chaplain, Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor
One soon discovers that the retirement life at Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor requires personal adjustments.
Our fellowship naturally challenges us because we come from numerous places
For nearly 39 years, Helen has been the consistent face residents have turned to whenever they want to get spruced up. She runs the Arkansas Presbyterian Manor beauty salon.
“My first shop was in the laundry room before the health care addition was
Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor honors Social Work Month
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
Since the beginning of time, creative expression has brought joy to both its creators and those who experience their art. The Art is Ageless® program offers senior artists the opportunity to share and display their artwork, and reaffirms the
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
February is the month of love, and at Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor, we want to celebrate and recognize all of the couples who are living here together.
• Edward and Margaret Gilliland were married on June 20, 1947, and have been married for 70
Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor has issued a call for entries for the Art is Ageless® juried exhibit to be held March 24 to 30.
Entries of artistic works will be accepted from any area artist who is 65 years of age or older to exhibit and/or
It’s not just bingo anymore
This month, we’re celebrating the dedication and hard work of our activities staff. Nationwide, Activity Professionals Month is observed as a way to appreciate the people who plan and provide activities within senior
Resident Ted Doyle has been collecting lapel pins since the ‘70s.
It all started with a friend of Ted Doyle’s who collected police badges. His collection inspired Ted to start one of his own – lapel pins. Ted had tried for years to find a hobby