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
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
Gerry Matney never expected to win first place for her quilt in this year’s Art is Ageless® competition at Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor. So when she learned her handmade entry had been chosen to appear in the 2018 Art is Ageless calendar, she
November is National Hospice Month, and to recognize the importance of hospice services to quality end of life care, Presbyterian Manor’s Heart and Soul Hospice would like to share Clayton’s story.
It was not long after Clayton was diagnosed
Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor was one of three adult care homes in Kansas recognized for making advances in the shift to person-centered care, which emphasizes resident choice, staff development, a homelike environment and meaningful life.
Sometimes, to find the best scenery in Kansas, you have to look up. On a drive up the interstate, Joyce Guinty looked out the window and saw an incredible sky. She filed the color and the clouds away in her memory bank.
Joyce drew on that deposit later,
Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor residents have a new, smoother way to ride to medical appointments. Thanks in part to a grant from the Kansas Department of Transportation, we were able to purchase a new wheelchair-accessible minivan.
The 2017 Dodge
Rena Hopkins couldn’t pass up the chance to visit her granddaughter and family in the Middle East earlier this year. “They asked me to go. I said sure!”
Rena, a resident at Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor, spent three weeks in Ammann, Jordan,
Virginia McConnell’s artistic ambitions always seemed to get thwarted. When she was young, she wanted to be a commercial artist, but she was discouraged. Then, she wanted to be a window dresser for the big department stores like Macy’s, but they
Several winning artists in Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor’s annual Art is Ageless® juried competition will be featured in the 2018 Art is Ageless Calendar produced by Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America.