Mark your calendars and whet your appetite for our annual Good Samaritan Auction and Dinner on Wednesday, May 2. Not only is this an opportunity to enjoy some delicious food, but it’s a great way to support residents at Fort Scott Presbyterian
Presbyterian Village’s Annual Holiday Dinner for tenants, their family and volunteers will be at 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 7. We are planning the best holiday dinner and live entertainment ever! We want to encourage our tenants and their families to come
By Ginger Nance, Executive Director
If you are from the Fort Scott area, you probably knew Bob and Faye Steele. Bob and Faye were both from Christian families who were each raised to “do the right thing” and to think through their actions
These ideas can help you de-clutter your home and earn a tax write-off
By Ashley Eneriz for Next AvenueWhen it comes to donating to charity, sometimes our budgets don’t allow us to be as generous as we we’d like. But you needn’t always open your wallet to help others. Here are four ways to give back that don’t involve writing a check or
Fort Scott Presbyterian Village is pleased to announce that we’ve received a $1,500 grant from The Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas to fund resident access to Health for Life.
Health for Life is a workout center with a specialized trainer
There is much research to support the benefits of therapeutic gardens. We have an area off the back patio that overlooks a beautiful pond. We are beginning the process of making it a nature and human habitat sanctuary.
Jolynne Mitchell, Presbyterian
Fort Scott Presbyterian Village recently hosted a reception for the winning artists in the annual Art is Ageless juried competition.
“We are honored to exhibit artwork by seniors,” said Ginger Nance, executive director. “Art is Ageless
A chicken dinner with live and silent auctions May 17, raised approximately $27,000 for Fort Scott Presbyterian Village. The senior living community’s Good Samaritan Program, which benefits residents who have outlived their financial resources,