When Cathy Werling retired three years ago from her career as an elementary educator in Fort Scott, she was given an amazing opportunity to combine her love of writing with her passion for working with children. Her extra time in retirement made it
For more than 80 years, a common thread has been woven through Avis Stradley’s life: sewing.
“I first learned in 4-H when I was young. The first thing we learned to do was darn a pair of socks with a hole in them. Our instructor couldn’t find
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
In the 1960s, Ken Lohrentz taught English in Tanzania for two and a half years. This summer he returned to the continent to see old friends, reconnect with former students, and soak up the breathtaking beauty of the landscape, the culture, and the
By Ginger Nance, Executive Director
With the approach of beautiful spring weather we will kick off our “Travel & Taste” opportunities for everyone to enjoy. Not only will we enjoy the great Kansas and Missouri scenery as we travel, we expect
Activity Director Anicia Robinson is always thinking of new and interesting ways to engage our residents. So last September, she came up with an idea to show our appreciation for the men and women who responded to the Sept. 11 terror attacks.