Sterling Presbyterian Manor has issued a call for entries for the Art is Ageless® juried exhibit to be held March 23 to 27, 2015. Entries of artistic works
Christmas angel ornaments – each representing a gift to the Good Samaritan Program for Benevolent Care – are adding to the holiday decorations at Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America’s senior living communities.
Donors responding to the annual
This month, we continue to look back at our history as Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America celebrates 65 years of the art of life.
The desire for more independent living drove expansion for Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America in the late 1980s.
With less daylight and chilly temperatures keeping us inside, even the most optimistic person can get a little down during winter. Luckily, there’s a lot you can do to beat the winter blues. Try these suggestions from our Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America
By President and CEO Bruce Shogren
As I look forward to the holiday season, one word is key to this season: “believe.”
I truly believe in three key people: Jesus Christ, Santa Claus and the employees of the Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America
Maurice Reed, a 97-year-old independent living resident, participated in the Honor Flight program the first week of October. His granddaughter works at the local hospital in the physical therapy department. One of her clients
Residents took time to share Christmas memories and explain what Christmas means to them. An overwhelming number recognize Christmas as a time to remember Christ’s birth. One resident remarked, “Because God gave, we give.” Others believe Christmas