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    In the spotlight: Carol Winch

    Farmington Presbyterian Manor’s Life Enrichment Director, Carol Winch, recently shared her excitement for the new Fellowship Center and what it means for residents, volunteers and the Farmington community.How long have you worked at Farmington Presbyterian Manor?I’ve been the life enrichment director in this community for 14 years. I have the best job, and I don’t know where else you can go to get paid to have fun!What changes have you seen regarding seniors since you started w...  Read More...

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    Love for others inspires donor to give

    As a child, Farmington native Carolyn Gordon used to perform for residents at the Presbyterian Manor with her church choir during the holidays. More recently, Carolyn frequently visited her mother during the four years she was a resident here and got to know other residents and staff. For these reasons, Carolyn Gordon has a special place in her heart for Farmington Presbyterian Manor and shows her love by making consistent donations to our community.“My mother, Helen Gordon, was living her...  Read More...

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    Hull Family Fellowship Center to give the gift of space

    One of the many things we are grateful for this holiday season is the progress of the Hull Family Fellowship Center. The center is going to give all of our residents and their families more space to make memories that will last for years to come and we are so thankful for all the generous donors who have sacrificed to make this happen.Construction is moving quickly on the new building. Once the walls were up, the trusses went up.   Read More...

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    Ground broken for fellowship center

    Farmington Presbyterian Manor’s Give. Gather. Grow.   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...