They are teachers, farmers, veterans, homemakers, entrepreneurs and nurses, among many others. Some have resumed art after putting it aside for a career, others have been creating beautiful pieces throughout their lives, and others never picked
By Patricia Corrigan for Next Avenue
Five years ago, when I sold my 1,700-square-foot condo in St. Louis County, Mo., in preparation for a move to a small apartment in San Francisco, Calif., I knew I had to get rid of at
This month, we conclude our look at the history of Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America as we celebrate the organization’s 65th anniversary.
In 2006, SSM Health Care of St. Louis moved its St. Joseph’s Hospital from a site in Kirkwood, Mo. As
We often recall the story of Alice Kalb, who at 90 traveled to a 1947 Presbyterian Synod meeting to ask for a retirement community in Kansas.
According to Edwin Shafer, senior vice president of development, what Mrs. Kalb basically told the Synod was:
March 12 at noon: There is such a thing as a free lunch, where you can also learn about “Financial Planning Strategies for Seniors During Their Retirement Years.” This event is open to the public. Mitch Quick, representative