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    Glen Broombaugh makes a comeback

    After three years learning how to play the hammered dulcimer, assisted living resident Glen Broombaugh had a stroke and has spent the past 11 months gaining back most of what he lost last August. Now, he’s pushing himself outside his comfort zone to share his talent with others.Glen’s interest in the hammered dulcimer developed over many years when he had seen the instrument in Branson.“I was about 82 years old and my cousin had a hammered dulcimer she wanted to sell so I bough...  Read More...

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    Scholarships awarded to three staff members

    Congratulations to Jennifer Cunningham, Lauryn Helvey and Teal Moore – three of the certified nursing assistants in our community who were recently awarded scholarships through the Emily Huff-Gantner Memorial Scholarship program. The scholarships through this program, which are only available to Farmington Presbyterian Manor employees, will cover the costs of a Certified Medication Technician course at UniTech this month. Get to know the three recipients and what this award means to them.J...  Read More...

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    Staff Spotlight: Rob Koerner

    Rob Koerner, maintenance service technician, has worked in our community for 25 years. He helps keep our campus running smoothly by making repairs and performing preventative maintenance throughout the Presbyterian Manor.Rob’s favorite part of work is helping residents. “I enjoy interacting with the residents and helping others that cannot perform the things they used to be able to do for themselves.”When he’s not working, Rob enjoys “anything outdoors!” That ...  Read More...

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    Byron and Kay Taylor boost Fellowship Center Capital Campaign with $25,000 gift

    Byron and Kay Taylor moved to the Farmington area in 1999 after being away for about 30 years. They began attending the Farmington Presbyterian Church and were delighted to reconnect with several Presbyterian Manor residents they had known during their childhood when they attended the Presbyterian Church in Flat River (now Park Hills).In addition, after looking at several other options, Byron’s mother and stepfather decided to move into the Presbyterian Manor in 2008, and it proved to be the rig...  Read More...

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    Volunteers recognized at annual awards banquet

    On April 11, we celebrated and recognized the 65 volunteers who selflessly give their time and energy to our community every day. The event started with a delicious meal prepared by our dining services department and included entertainment by Stormy Bennett.Teresa Pinkley, volunteer coordinator, shared her appreciation with a speech and handed out a certificate and small gift to all volunteers. Two volunteers also were recognized for their contributions to our community.2019 Community Volunteer ...  Read More...

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