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None of us had any idea how a novel virus would change almost every aspect of our lives. It has been a time of struggle for everyone, but each person’s circumstances are different. There have been times at work where chaplain Mary Bridges just wanted to throw up her hands and say “enough!” What has gotten her through the difficult days?
For independent living resident Gretchen Morgenstern, teaching for a US military school in Japan was a grand adventure. Her two years overseas stoked the passion for travel she would indulge for the rest of her life.
A round of applause for Stan Lauer and Marie Robinson, the local senior artists whose work will appear in the 40th anniversary Art is Ageless® calendar. Stan and Marie demonstrate that art truly is an ageless pursuit. Work by eight more Salina-area artists will be included on postcards and greeting cards — read on to learn who they are.
When a staff member tested positive for COVID-19 in July, Salina Presbyterian Manor’s brand new executive director jumped into the crisis with both feet. Read more about how Christian Gilbert and his staff are keeping residents safe.