Thanks to a grant from the Kansas Department of Transportation (K-DOT), Sterling Presbyterian Manor was able to purchase an additional transportation van. This shiny new ride will not only help residents at Presbyterian Manor, but Sterling community
By Donna Grizzle, MSCM, Activity Director
As an employee of Presbyterian Manor, I often only get to hear one-sided love stories. The majority of our residents are widowed women. I’ve heard stories of dancing and going to the picture show. Dancing
Residents of our cottages in independent living lead anything but sedentary lives, as you can see from their various hobbies.
Pat enjoys sewing, so she makes little items for babies which she uses as gifts or “donates” to grandchildren.
To say Rosa Shelton loves horses is an understatement. It’s more like she lives for horses.
“When my dad retired from the Navy, he built his dream house near Goddard. When I came along, I decided I really wanted a horse, so he sold that house and
For many, the search for a rehabilitation service must be made quickly after an unexpected injury or illness. But for others, like Lynette Wythnow, it’s a decision made long in advance of a planned procedure.
“I had a total knee replacement on my
By Donna Grizzle, activity director
“Education is the best provision for old age.” – Aristotle, Greek philosopher
The month of March is filled with many fascinating theme days to celebrate! The most commonly known special days and times are St.
It is the middle of winter and it is cold outside, but February is a month to celebrate love. So here are some love stories from the residents at Sterling Presbyterian Manor to warm your heart:
Gerald and Twila Proffitt