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    A job worth unretiring for

    When most people think of retiring, they certainly don't think about "unretiring," but that's exactly what Bonnie Russell found herself doing."I was working at Fulton Presbyterian Manor part time and had been here almost two years. When the HR/office manager position came open, I was asked to fill in during the interim," said Bonnie. "Then Dawn, the executive director, asked me to consider taking the position full time.

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    Delightful dining at Fulton Presbyterian Manor

    When Dining Services Director Chas Cramer came on board in January, he was eager to help create the best dining experience possible for residents. But he knows that goes beyond just preparing delicious food."Residents are in the dining room multiple times a day, every day. It's important to freshen things up sometimes.

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

    Fulton 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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    It Pays to Pursue Education

    Congratulations to Fulton Presbyterian Manor staff members who received scholarships from PMMA (Presbyterian Manors of Mid America) to pursue further education in their field!Shelly Mosley began her career at Fulton Presbyterian Manor in 2014. She started out as a CNA, CMT and is now an LPN. She's currently attending MACC (Moberly Area Community College) and is pursuing her degree as an RN.

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    New LPN joins Fulton Presbyterian Manor family

    Though she's new to Fulton Presbyterian Manor, Tresa Allen is an experienced nurse."Tresa has been in the healthcare field for 30 years, most of those as an LPN. She's very experienced, and we're so glad she's part of our team now," said Jessica Donelson, health services director.Tresa's favorite color is blue, and she loves her four-legged family member, Chloe, a Boston Terrier. Her favorite type of food is Mexican, and she enjoys playing video games, especially To...

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    The Power of Rehabilitation

    September 16-22, we celebrated National Rehabilitation Awareness Week. This week was established by the National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation to "educate people about the benefits and impact of rehabilitation, develop programs which aim to increase opportunities for the nearly 50 million Americans with disabilities, and help those who are disabled live up to their fullest potential."At Fulton Presbyterian Manor, we're blessed with many professionals who help in this field, b...

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    Exploring Veterans Benefits: Free Workshop

    Veterans and their spouses may be eligible for long-term care benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs. Fulton Presbyterian Manor is hosting a free workshop on Veterans long-term care benefits.Mike Smith of the Veterans Service Office with the Missouri Veterans Commission, will answer your questions about eligibility and the types of assistance available.This free hour-long workshop starts at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at Fulton Presbyterian Manor, 811 Center Street, Fulton,...

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    Brave moments during quilt of valor ceremony

    Three of our residents were honored with Quilts of Valor from Barb Huddleston with the Daughters of American Revolution and Historical Society. Charles Benson, Jack McBride, and Carl Rues all received hand-made patriotic quilts in recognition of their military service. Charles gave a word of thanks and Carl had the audience chuckling when he called his military experience, "interesting." Jack gave a few more words and reminded attendees of a time not so long ago when serving in the mil...

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    Fulton artists among Art is Ageless® masterpiece level winners

    Two winning artists in Fulton Presbyterian Manor’s annual Art is Ageless® juried competition will be featured in the 2019 Art is Ageless Calendar produced by Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America.“Dear Deer,” a painting by Ruth Horton and “After a Hard Day's Work in the Garden,” a painting by Richard McKinney will appear in the calendar when it is released this fall.In addition, “Summer Harvest,” a painting by Rosemary Zbinden and “Orian Star ...

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    Senior Cyber Café: Learn to use Facebook

    Facebook. It’s where all the best photos of your grandchildren are posted, but you just can’t figure out how to use it. A free event at Fulton Presbyterian Manor September 25 will help you figure out the basics of Facebook.We'll cover the basics, like privacy settings, creating photo albums, sharing photos and more.“Senior Cyber Café – Facebook 101” will begin at 2 p.m.

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