Hip hip hooray for CNAs!

Sarah Androes and Heather Labertew are standing, left to right, and Kylee Cornelius is seated. All are CNAs at Sterling Presbyterian Manor.

Sarah Androes and Heather Labertew are standing, left to right, and Kylee Cornelius is seated. All are CNAs at Sterling Presbyterian Manor.

They’re the often-unsung heroes who do so much: certified nursing assistants (CNAs)! During the month of June, we give them a special spotlight during the week of June 10-17, with June 10 being National Career Nursing Assistants’ Day. We asked READ MORE

Red Hat Society comes to Sterling Presbyterian Manor

Delma Small, Marie Mantooth and Clara Mae Richards make lovely Red Hatters.

Rural Rice County resident Liz Higgins recalls a day in 2004 when seeing a woman in a dress changed the course of her life.

“I was working at a bank and looked out the window. It was a very windy day, and I saw a woman in a red hat and purple dress. READ MORE

Sterling Presbyterian Manor announces Art is Ageless winners

Robert Enders, “Salt River Canyon Overlook,” was first place amateur in Painting. Maurice Cummings, “Laminated Walnut/Maple Bowl,” was first place amateur in Sculpture/3-D. Delma Small, “Wrapped in Turquoise,” was first place amateur in Fiber Arts. Maurice Cummings took first place amateur in Mixed Media/Crafts with his “Writing Pens.”

Robert Enders, “Salt River Canyon Overlook,” was first place amateur in Painting.
Maurice Cummings, “Laminated Walnut/Maple Bowl,” was first place amateur in Sculpture/3-D.
Delma Small, “Wrapped in Turquoise,” was first place amateur in Fiber Arts.
Maurice Cummings took first place amateur in Mixed Media/Crafts with his “Writing Pens.”

Sterling Presbyterian Manor recently hosted a reception for the winning artists in the annual Art is Ageless® juried competition.

“We are honored to exhibit artwork by seniors,” said Cindy Moore, marketing director. “Art is Ageless is unique READ MORE