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    Senior Cyber Café: Learn to use your tablet, smartphone

    It's time to turn the table and stop asking your children or grandchildren for help with your tablet or smartphone. Learn how to navigate your device at a free event at Farmington Presbyterian Manor.Your children and grandchildren will be coming to you for assistance after this seminar! We'll cover the basics, like sending emails, downloading attachments, sharing photos and searching Google.   Read More...

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    Groundbreaking set for Fellowship Center

    We hope you'll join us for a groundbreaking ceremony for our community's new Fellowship Center at 2 p.m. Thursday, September 5. Many thanks to the Fellowship Center Steering Committee for all their work on the Give.   Read More...

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    ‘Kitty’ finds home at community

    There are a lot of couples who make their home at Farmington Presbyterian Manor, but when it comes to families of three, Phyllis, George and Kitty McGuire are unique.Kitty, a gray cat with a black stripe that runs from its head down its back, has been a part of the McGuire family for over six years. When it came time for Phyllis and George to move into the community, Phyllis wasn’t about to leave her behind.“Before we moved here, we lived out in the country and one day we heard a cat...  Read More...

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    Staff fill hearts and empty pockets for Fellowship Center campaign

    Members of the Farmington community have joined forces to create the Give. Gather. Grow.   Read More...

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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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