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  • Art is Ageless® call for entries underway

    Fort Scott Presbyterian Village has issued a call for entries for the Art is Ageless® juried exhibit to be held March 26–April 10, 2019. Entries of artistic works will be accepted from any area artist who is 65 years of age or older to exhibit and/or compete for an opportunity to be featured in the 2020 Art is Ageless calendar.Artists may choose to enter the exhibit only. For the competition, works are to have been completed in the past five years (since January 2014).   Read More...

  • Medicare changes of 2019

    The coming year, 2019, is a huge year for Medicare beneficiaries. There will be many changes and most of them are beneficial. In 2010, lawmakers did away with the Medicare Open Enrollment Period for Medicare Advantage Plans.   Read More...

  • Fort Scott Presbyterian Village honored for achievements

    Fort Scott Presbyterian Village was recognized with an Emerald Award Level One from Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America for reaching goals in fiscal year 2018, July 1, 2017, through June 30, 2018.The recognition came through PMMA’s Emerald Awards Program, designed to encourage its 17 locations and two hospices to achieve high levels of resident and employee satisfaction, meet financial goals, build philanthropic support for the organization’s mission and meet marketing goals. There ar...  Read More...

  • Fort Scott Presbyterian Village artists among Art is Ageless ® masterpiece level winners

    Two winning artists in Fort Scott 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.A quilted wall hanging titled “Barnyard Beauties” by Helen Nuzum and a painting by Aggie Keesling, “Welcoming Light,” will appear in the calendar when it is released this fall.In addition, Mary Wood's piece, “Yo Yo Quilt,” will be in the Honorable Men...  Read More...

  • Grant enables therapeutic garden expansion

    Fort Scott Area Community Foundation gives $1,000Fort Scott Presbyterian Village’s efforts to build a therapeutic garden on the campus got a boost from the Fort Scott Area Community Foundation through the foundation’s grant program.“The therapeutic garden at Presbyterian Village was started in 2017 with funds from Modern Woodmen, Presbyterian Village funds and hundreds of volunteer hours,” said Ginger Nance, executive director at the Presbyterian Village. “This year...  Read More...