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  • Executive Director begins leadership class

    Congratulations to executive director Desi Flerlage on her acceptance into the Center for Leadership class with Leading Age Kansas. Sixteen individuals from across the state were chosen for the competitive program and will embark on a yearlong journey to improve their leadership acumen.To apply, Desi had to complete an application process that included an application, essay and two letters of recommendation. The yearlong program includes four in-person classes and monthly conference calls focuse...  Read More...

  • Dishing on dining services

    As we celebrate National Nutrition Month in March, we’re putting the spotlight on a few members of our dining services team who work tirelessly to provide our residents with nutritious and delicious meals every day.Keith Brown, dining services directorKeith has worked as the dining services director for three years and is responsible for anything and everything related to food and nutrition on campus. By working with residents and listening to their feedback, Keith plans menus based on the...  Read More...

  • KDOT grants campus with new wheels

    Our community recently received two new vans from the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) after applying for them through a grant application.“The vans we have been using have become pretty old and the lifts particularly caused the staff quite a bit of trouble. Mike Rajewski passed on the news about the KDOT grants, and it seemed to be the perfect answer for how we would solve our problem,” said Desi Flerlage, executive director at Salina Presbyterian Manor.The two new vans si...  Read More...

  • In the spotlight: Anthony DeLaurentis

    Say hello to the community’s new environmental services director, Anthony DeLaurentis! Anthony joined the team in November 2018 and has been staying busy ever since.“My role here is to oversee the maintenance, housekeeping, laundry and grounds departments. I also make decisions on renovations needed in town homes and through the tower, hiring contractors, getting bids and overseeing projects to completion,” said Anthony.While that may seem like a lot of work on his plate, Antho...  Read More...

  • Pam Bolte promoted to dining services supervisor

    Serving food and providing great customer service has always been in Pam Bolte’s blood.“I started waiting tables at the age of 14. Since then, I’ve always worked in customer service, at grocery stores and as a waitress. I was also assistant manager of Long John Silver’s for 10 years.”In August 2013, Pam was hired by Salina Presbyterian Manor as a salad cook.   Read More...