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    Farmington Presbyterian Manor honored for achievements

    Farmington Presbyterian Manor received a certificate of recognition from PMMA (Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America) for reaching goals in fiscal year 2019, covering the months of July 1, 2018, through June 30, 2019, at a banquet November 13 in Wichita, Kan.The recognition came through PMMA’s new Emerald Awards Program, designed to encourage its 16 locations and 2 hospices to achieve high levels of resident and employee satisfaction, meet financial goals, build philanthropic support for the ...  Read More...

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    Farmington Presbyterian Manor Receives 2019 Customer Experience Award from Pinnacle Quality Insight

    Farmington Presbyterian Manor is proud to announce that they are the recipient of Pinnacle Quality Insight’s 2019 Customer Experience AwardTM.The Customer Experience Award is given to senior living communities that score in the top 15-percent of the nation in resident satisfaction surveys conducted by Pinnacle Quality Insight for 12 consecutive months. Farmington Presbyterian Manor received the award for assisted living and skilled nursing.Over the course of 2018, a sampling of Presbyteria...  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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    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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    Sowing seeds of love

    Life is best lived when our horizons are constantly being expanded and each day is nurtured and enriched. We each have an innate need to connect with the world around us and those we share it.When Farmington Presbyterian Manor was built in 1962, little space was allocated for gathering and ease of access to nature.To remedy the problem, members of the Farmington community have joined forces to create the GIVE. GATHER.  Read More...