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Artist sees similarities between painting, surgery

Perry Hunsley spent the last nine years of his wife’s life at her bedside, often working on a new piece of art. The Salina Presbyterian Manor resident has amassed an impressive body, and two of his paintings were recently featured in our annual Art is Ageless® competition.
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March 21, 2021

Well-coiffed residents a credit to in-house beauty salon

Our residents always look sharp, thanks in part to the beauty shop at Salina Presbyterian Manor. Recently, Kate James joined Sherry Valentine at the salon, where they take appointments Tuesday through Saturday.
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November 17, 2020

Former teacher traveled the world inside and outside the classroom

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.
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September 20, 2020

Staff Use Technology to Keep Residents Connected with Loved Ones

“We knew moving into precautions from COVID that we were going to have to maintain connections with the outside world, with family,” said Lacey Burhle, activities director for Salina Presbyterian Manor. “We learned by doing.”Staff members have employed a variety of video applications, including FaceTime, Zoom and Google Duo.In addition to Lacey and her four activities assistants, social services staff have also played a key role in using technology to keep residents conne...
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June 7, 2020

Activities staff keeps residents connected despite ‘social distancing’

Activities Director Lacey Buhler spent the month of March thinking about how to keep residents engaged in the absence of group activities.
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April 10, 2020