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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

Recently hospitalized resident had ‘preview’ of the afterlife

Salina Presbyterian Manor resident Ken Veltman says a recent hospitalization gave him a renewed appreciation of everyday life. It also left Ken without fear of what will happen when his life ends, because he has already experienced the peace that will come.
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February 10, 2021

Sweethearts Lewis and Gladys Reid

The story of Lewis and Gladys Reid’s 72-year marriage began in a classroom at the College of Emporia in Emporia, Kan., in 1942. The Reids became friends before the cautious Gladys agreed to dating. They discovered they got along well, both as friends and sweethearts. Read more about their love story.
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January 24, 2021

Residents share Christmas memories

Five Salina Presbyterian Manor residents shared memories of their favorite Christmas traditions with us. They include a decorated tumbleweed, a mystery Santa Claus, and a coconut! What are your favorite memories from Christmas past?
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November 24, 2020

Welcome to Presbyterian Manor

Help us give a warm Salina Presbyterian Manor welcome to the seven new members of our community! Two are Connie and Karl Stutterheim, longtime Salina residents who are living temporarily in an apartment while they wait for their new duplex to be ready.
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November 13, 2020