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    Ground broken for fellowship center

    Farmington Presbyterian Manor’s Give. Gather. Grow.  

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    Meet Moriah

    Moriah Garst is the new dining services director for Farmington Presbyterian Manor. Originally from Phoenix, she moved to the Farmington area when she was 13 and attended the Culinary Institute of St. Louis at Hickey, where she earned her Associate of Culinary Arts.   Read More...

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    Therapists inspired by Jean Herbst’s path to recovery

    When it comes to rehabilitation, our residents are in good hands with the Aegis partners and restorative aides we have dedicated to our community. These therapists offer a full range of care to handle any need and we are grateful for everything they do for us! One inspiring story of how our therapists are changing lives is of Farmington resident Jean Herbst.Earlier this summer, Jean was in a car accident that put her in the hospital for 11 days before she came to Farmington Presbyterian Manor as...  Read More...

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    Fellowship Center takes on special meaning for Corless family

    The Corless family has been prominent members of the Farmington Presbyterian Manor community for generations, with Warren and Glenda Corless residing at the community for the past 24 years. Over those years, the Corless’— like many of the families who call the community home — saw the need for increased meeting space to accommodate family gatherings and were excited by the campaign to build a new Fellowship Center.“We’ve been to a number of things at the Presbyteria...  Read More...

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    Farmington Presbyterian Manor artists among Art is Ageless® masterpiece level winners

    Five winning artists in Farmington Presbyterian Manor’s annual Art is Ageless® juried competition will be featured in the 2020 Art is Ageless calendar produced by PMMA (Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America).“Farmer Working on his Irrigation Pump,” a drawing by Juanita Rapp-Wyman (shown right, top) was named Best of Show – Professional and will appear in the calendar when it is released this fall. In addition to the drawing, “Hometown Winter,” a Christmas pie...  Read More...

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