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    Marsha Stewart’s life comes full circle

    Resident Marsha Stewart was meant for the military.“I am from Salina and was born in Asbury Hospital 9 days after Pearl Harbor. I grew up in the north end of town—the other side of the tracks—north of St. John’s Military School.   Read More...

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    Art is Ageless® 2020 Calendars available

    Stop by Salina Presbyterian Manor to pick up your copyA calendar featuring the works of artists age 65 and older is now available at Salina Presbyterian Manor. The works of more than 60 artists age 65 and older were selected in the masterpiece level judging for Art is Ageless®.Salina Presbyterian Manor is hosting a calendar reveal and artist signing party from 2 to 4 p.m. November 21 at the community, 2601 East Crawford.The calendars are available for $10 each, and the Salina area artists who ar...  Read More...

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    Lacey Buhrle promoted to life enrichment director

    Congratulations to Lacey Buhrle, who was recently promoted from activity assistant in memory care to life enrichment director. She will celebrate her first anniversary working at Salina Presbyterian Manor next month.Her new role includes planning events and outings, but Lacey will be “making sure we continue to have a rock-solid activity department.”Residents are what her job is all about.“I love getting to know all of the residents of the Presbyterian Manor and hearing what th...  Read More...

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    Employee receives education assistance

    Congratulations to Lacey Hasker, a Salina Presbyterian Manor staff member who has received assistance to continue her education through Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America’s Employee Education Assistance program.Lacey is a licensed practical nurse (LPN) who has worked in our community for five years.“I will use the scholarship to attend school at Cloud County Community College for the LPN to registered nurse (RN) bridge program. My goal right now is to become a registered nurse and ho...  Read More...

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    Soup supper benefits seniors

    Salina Presbyterian Manor hosts 39th annual fundraiserSalina Presbyterian Manor’s annual Soup Supper will be from 4 to 7:30 p.m. Nov. 1.   Read More...

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