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    A little holiday gift to you

    As a little holiday gift to you, our dining services team has a few family recipes to share with you. Merry Christmas!Deanna Woodfield’s Thanksgiving CranberriesThis recipe was one of my mother’s favorites at Thanksgiving time. Now that she has passed away, we still have it at Thanksgiving to honor her.3-4 sleeves of saltine crackers2 cans jellied cranberry sauce, mash until smooth1 carton heavy creamCrush crackers and put in a 9x13 pan.

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    Chaplains Corner: God’s Gift

    By Jerroll Martens, Chaplain“Thanks be unto God for his unspeakable gift.” II Cor. 9:15The Christmas season always reminds us of gifts. We have memories of gifts received as children, perhaps we are thinking of gifts to give others.This verse speaks of God’s gift, which is so wonderful that words fail in describing it.

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    Newton Presbyterian Manor on U.S. News and World Report Best Nursing Home list

    Newton Presbyterian Manor is on the U.S. News and World Report Best Nursing Homes 2018-2019 list. The senior living community received the highest score of High Performing to make the list, available today.The U.S.

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    Kessinger champions community’s commitment to memory care

    When Haury Place opened its doors in 1986, Newton Presbyterian Manor (NPM) became the first senior living community in the state of Kansas to feature a dedicated memory care neighborhood. It was a groundbreaking moment for the community and one that symbolized an unwavering commitment to providing top-notch memory care that continues today.In the more than 30 years that have passed, NPM has gone on to create Anderson Place, an assisted-living memory care neighborhood and has provided specialized...

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    Community provides ongoing support to local caregivers

    November is National Family Caregivers Month; a time set aside to honor and raise awareness of the struggles facing those who selflessly give of themselves to care for the physical and emotional needs of a friend or loved one.“Caregiving is hard work, and we want to be a resource for caregivers as their need for support and assistance increases,” said Noelle Dickinson, marketing director. “From educational seminars to caregiver support groups and respite and day services, there...

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    Chaplains Corner: Unthankful

    By Jerroll Martens, Chaplain“… Unthankful …” is used in II Timothy 3 along with words like “covetous, blasphemers, unholy, trucebreakers, false accusers.” Paul, the writer, is warning us not to become a part of that lifestyle.The Bible has much to say about thankfulness. In Numbers 11, Israel had been rescued from slavery in Egypt, God is now providing food each day, yet there is an element who bellyached about not having some of the things that they had in ...

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    Chaplains Corner: The Light

    By Jerroll Martens, Chaplain“The Lamb is the light thereof.” Rev 21:23This scene is in heaven where there is no need of the sun or moon. Christ is the light thereof. Light presents many pictures to us.Light reminds us of joy.

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    Walk to end Alzheimer’s: Join Us!

    Join a team of staff, residents and family members as they participate in a walk to end Alzheimer’s Disease on October 13 in Wichita.The two-mile walk starts at 11 a.m. (with registration opening at 8 a.m. and a ceremony at 10 a.m.) at Intrust Bank Arena in downtown Wichita.

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    Newton Presbyterian Manor hosting veterans breakfast

    Veterans, their spouses and widows are invited to Newton Presbyterian Manor for a complimentary pancake breakfast from 7 to 10 a.m. November 9 at Presbyterian Manor, 1200 E Seventh, Newton.“We appreciate their service,” said Marc Kessinger, executive director. “It’s an honor to serve our area veterans, their spouses and widows each year and remember their sacrifice.”The meal will be served come-and-go from 7 to 10 a.m.

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    Aliene Bolton: From Hooser girl to published writer

    From earning the nickname, “Kinks,” to writing a column in the Leon, Kan., newspaper and developing a fascination with airplanes, horses and building homes, resident Aliene Bolton has written a book documenting all of her childhood memories of growing up close to the Oklahoma border in the small town of Hooser, Kan.The memoir, titled “A Hooser Girl,” was something Aliene’s grandson asked her to write 22 years ago, but she didn’t get serious about putting pen t...

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