Volunteer at the senior living community in Farmington

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Volunteers are vitally important members of every Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America community. Whether it is helping out with a resident’s daily needs or activities, or serving on a special committee, volunteers can make a difference. There are as many possibilities for volunteer activities as there are individuals. Just a few of our volunteer opportunities include leading a crafts group, leading an art appreciation or exploration class, reading a story, writing a letter or helping with errands. In as little as one hour a week, you can help make a difference while making new friends.

To volunteer with our Music & MemorySM program, please contact Carol Winch, activity director, at 573-756-6768.

Advisory Council

Farmington Presbyterian Manor has an active local advisory council. Representing diverse backgrounds, professions and service areas of interest, the advisory council may offer recommendations about the community’s policies or services, provide insight and guidance relative to the needs of the local area, and represent the views of our constituency in public discussions and with elected representatives.

Farmington Presbyterian Manor Advisory Council:

  • Jetty Reese, vice chair – lifelong volunteer for Food Pantry, Methodist Church, Meals on Wheels and others
  • Pat Larkin
  • Nancy Sullivan, chair – educator (retired)
  • Jane Barton – educator, Farmington School District (retired)
  • Rev. Paul Bembower – Presbyterian Church
  • Dr. Jon Cozean – business owner/funeral director, Cozean Memorial Chapel and Crematory
  • Carol Bloom – banker, Ozark Federal Savings and Loan (retired)
  • Julie Powers – executive, Powers Plus Systems, LLC
  • Dr. Carol E. Willman – educator (retired)
  • Byron Taylor – executive, Oil and Gas Company (retired)

For specific volunteer opportunities, call Terese Pinkley at 573-747-4455, volunteer coordinator, or contact us.

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