More than 90 residents in the Cowley County area participated in this year’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s event, which was wrapped up at this past weekend’s Thank You Celebration event held at the Kansas Bar & Grill in Winfield.
The Walk to
By Sarah Griggs, executive director
Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor always has a busy schedule during the holiday season for both residents and staff. Activities range from honoring family traditions such as dinners and decorating to visiting entertainers
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This year’s Cowley County Walk to End Alzheimer’s is Saturday, Sept. 30, in Winfield. Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor has organized a team and is already hard at work raising money for the Alzheimer’s Association.
You can support their efforts
One of our favorite summer traditions takes place on July 10, when we welcome the Ark City Community Band back to our front lawn for their season finale.
The band will close out its 146th season with the 7 p.m. performance at Arkansas City Presbyterian
Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor’s 23rd Annual Dick Metz Memorial Golf Classic raised more than $17,400 for our Good Samaritan Program.
“Our golf tournament continues to be a huge success from year to year,” said Sarah Griggs, executive director