Category Archives: Employees

Honoring our veterans

A brunch gathering to say thank you to the staff and residents of Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor who have served in the armed forces.

In 1945, World War II veteran Raymond Weeks had the idea to celebrate all veterans on Nov. 11 (Armistice Day), not just the ones who had served in World War I. He along with then-Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower led the way to create a nationwide holiday READ MORE

Education assistance recipients

From left, Samantha McClaflin, Jaden Jacobs and Paige Bates.

Three employees at Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor will receive assistance to continue their education through Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America’s Employee Education Assistance program. 

Paige Bates 

Paige has been READ MORE

Celebrating social workers

Licensed social worker and Activity Director, Lori Peters, left, pictured with Director of Social Services, Joyce Kisner.

Licensed social worker and Activity Director, Lori Peters, left, pictured with Director of Social Services, Joyce Kisner.

When people ask Joyce Kisner what a social worker does, she can’t help thinking, “What don’t I do?”

As director of social services for Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor, Joyce is involved in important tasks from care plans to helping residents READ MORE

Employees go back to school, too

Three employees were recently awarded education assistance funds from Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America.  From left, Miki Struthers, CMA; Robben Stanley CMA; and Paige Bates, CMA.

Three employees were recently awarded education assistance funds from Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America. From left, Miki Struthers, CMA; Robben Stanley CMA; and Paige Bates, CMA.

Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America offers assistance to employees for accredited educational programs leading to a certification, license or degree. Three of our employees have received scholarships to pay for education-related expenses in the 2016-17 READ MORE

Alzheimer’s event raises funds for research

A team from Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor participates in Color for a Cure to raise funds for Alzheimer’s research.

A team from Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor participates in Color for a Cure to raise funds for Alzheimer’s research.

The inaugural Color for a Cure 5K raised nearly $3,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association. Organizers say they couldn’t be happier with the turnout and how the race, in turn, benefited the annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s.

“We just had a really big READ MORE