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    Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America’s Founder’s Day celebrates 70 years of service to seniors

    Employees of Fulton Presbyterian Manor will observe the founding of Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America this month as the company celebrates 70 years of providing quality senior services guided by Christian values in Kansas and Missouri.Each Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America campus will have their own celebration with residents and employees during April acknowledging the importance each play in making life at Fulton Presbyterian Manor the way you want to live.“Many of our more than 2...

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    Presbyterian Manor of Mid-America system to celebrate 70 years of living

    On April 19, Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America (PMMA) will celebrate its 70th anniversary. Our first very first community opened in Newton, Kan., on April 19, 1949, nearly two years after ninety-year-old Alice Kalb of El Dorado, Kan., asked the United Presbyterian Synod if it would consider opening a home for the aged. A small exploratory committee formed to look at the idea and determined it had merit.To raise funds for the Newton effort, a dedicated offering throughout the synod took place on...

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    Cheers for our medical records team member

    Elinda Trower, LPN, is not only our medical records person, but she is also our unit coordinator for healthcare and the staffing coordinator! Elinda has worked at Fulton Presbyterian Manor just five years. She has been in medical records for one and a half of those years.

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    Fulton appreciates its volunteers!

    Fulton Presbyterian Manor has a full set of volunteers that come to our community to present a variety of ideas and entertainment to our residents. All residents are welcome to any activity with a volunteer.Kellie Starling, our life enrichment director, has been working hard to ensure we have plenty of quality volunteers. Kellie has even lined up Dancing Dogs to come to entertain us with their antics for free!Our volunteers include:Nellie Swartwood: Weekly bingoCourtney Nelson: Weekly gamesJoann...

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    The handprint quilt

    This quilt is very, very special to our life enrichment director, Kellie Starling.Her grandson, Trinton, was in the second grade when he got sick with acute myeloid leukemia (AML). He bravely went through three rounds of chemo, but just could not attain remission. Trinton passed away the day before his 9th birthday.The quilt was sewn by Trinton’s second grade teacher’s mother.

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    Sheena passes her CNA!

    Fulton Presbyterian Manor is proud to announce that Sheena Sereni has passed her CNA examination! Sheena began working with FPM as a nurse’s aide while attending the Certified Nursing Assistant program. She passed the Certified Nursing Assistant exam on February 18.

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    Abbie the amazing

    As part of Women’s History Month, we celebrate Abbie Akers, a resident at the Fulton Presbyterian Manor in the assisted living area. Abbie is a testament to women everywhere of what hard work and caring for others means.Abbie had seven children and was married until her husband fell ill and passed away. Abbie is a cancer survivor and worked at the Riverview Nursing Center as a CNA when it first opened."That was back in the days before you needed a license to do these things," sai...

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    Delightful dining

    By Chas CramerFulton Presbyterian Manor strives to ensure the complete satisfaction of our residents nutritionally in every way possible. In addition to our daily menus that offer two entrées, two starches, and two vegetable choices we may offer an omelet bar at breakfast— where omelets are made to order with a variety of ingredients to choose from. Or we may offer a stir fry bar, a grilled sandwich bar, or a fajita bar at lunch.Our residents play a huge role in the items we offer.

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    Angel Appeal appreciation

    Thank you for all of the generous hearts who donated to our Angel Appeal campaign, which benefits our Good Samaritan Program. This program helps ensure that residents who have run out of resources through no fault of their own can continue calling this "home."Ms. Tresa AllenMrs.

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    New position for Tresa Allen

    We knew Tresa Allen would make a great addition to our team when she joined us in 2018 as an LPN, but we're thrilled that she's chosen to expand her experience with us as our new marketing director! She's also a social worker, so her official title is MSW|Marketing|Social Services. Whew!"I have worked as an LPN for over 30 years now at Fulton State Hospital and some nursing facilities.

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