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    Spring is in the air at Fort Scott Presbyterian Village

    Life might look a little different right now inside Fort Scott Presbyterian Village — but people working every day to make life a little brighter isn’t anything new.Life Enrichment Director Judy Davis has been busy crafting up various hallway decorations for our community. Some hallways featured spring bonnets, while other hallways were decorated with springtime decorations to hang on residents’ doors. Yet another area featured a spring-themed stand constructed by Clarice Russe...  Read More...

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    Lauren Flater awarded PMMA scholarship

    Lauren Flater recently received the Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America Employee Scholarship. Ginger Nance, Fort Scott Presbyterian Village executive director, presented the scholarship check to Lauren at the community’s Christmas party. Lauren applied for the scholarship in April 2019.Lauren started working at Fort Scott Presbyterian Village roughly nine and a half years ago and served in a part-time capacity in her first four years with the community.   Read More...

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    Meet new employee Rosemary Brennan

    Rosemary Brennan began working in the dining services department at Presbyterian Village in April.She was born and raised in Fort Scott but moved to Texas for many years. Her roots in Fort Scott brought her back home.She has four grown children and 12 grandchildren. Her grandchildren are very much a part of her life, and she talks about them all time as they are her pride and joy.Rosemary enjoys her family, gardening, cooking and helping others.Rosemary has been a great addition to the dining se...  Read More...

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    Bravo of the Month: Kim Fletcher

    Congratulations to Kim Fletcher, a CNA at Fort Scott Presbyterian Village who is August’s Bravo of the Month.Kim started working as a CNA when she was 18 years old at Guest Home Estates, then called Arkhaven.In 2002, she became pregnant with her first daughter and needed to switch shifts. With no open positions at her current job, she decided to apply at Presbyterian Village.She started working night shifts, and her daughter was born later that year. Kim now has two beautiful daughters.She...  Read More...

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    Standing in the gap

    Successful Good Samaritan fundraiser brings in nearly $30,000 to support seniors in needA well-known Bible verse talks about “standing in the gap,” referring to offering prayer and support for others who are unable to do it for themselves.Ginger Nance, executive director of Fort Scott Presbyterian Manor, notes this verse when discussing the success of Fort Scott Presbyterian Manor’s recent Good Samaritan fundraising event. The event is held annually to provide financial support...  Read More...