May 31, 2018

Back in the 70s and 80s, almost every teen had a Rubik's cube and worked the colors on the bus or at recess, between classes or at lunch.

A few years ago, Sudoku puzzles were the fad. Everyone had a book of them and people worked them in doctor's offices, on car rides,...

May 28, 2018

What exactly is a memorial anyway? 

Webster's says "something that keeps remembrance alive."

As the children of Israel entered the Promised Land, they were instructed to build a memorial to remember the God who had led them there. It was to serve as a discussion topic f...

May 24, 2018

Ah, the smell of summer! Flowers, herbs, cut grass, and food being cooked outdoors.

For many of us, grilled food equals summer. After all, what summer picnic is complete without it?

Memorial Day often marks the unofficial start of summer, even though the official start i...

May 21, 2018

There's nothing like relaxing on the front porch with some friends and a snack.

When the weather's nice, we like to do just that. This Wednesday at 2:30, we will be enjoying the beautiful summery breezes with our snack on the front porch.

We invite you to join your loved...

May 17, 2018

For many years, Prairie Choristers have been entertaining audiences with their lively spirit-centered music. We are so excited to have them come for Family Night tonight.

If you'd like to join us for a wonderful night of fellowship and worship, come on out. The music st...

May 14, 2018

This week is National Skilled Nursing Care Week, a week dedicated to those who spend their lives caring for others.

Obviously, we recognize our facility as being one in which this sort of care happens day in and day out. It is the excellent care that the residents recei...

May 10, 2018

A mother's love builds a happy home. That's the theme of this year's Mother's Day Luncheon.

There are a lot of details involved in making the luncheon a success every year for residents and their daughters, sisters, or guests. The activity and dietary departments team u...

May 7, 2018

Everything's growing, farmers are planting, birds are singing, and residents are itching to get out. From spring to autumn, we like to plan drives to ease the itch. Former farmers and gardeners especially love to peer out the windows and see the world turn green.

For th...

May 3, 2018

Last week, I mentioned that things are already getting rolling on the benefit. I should be more clear. Things started rolling the minute last benefit was over and Patsy Kaeb gave the volunteers their feedback sheets, so that we can make this year even better.

But the th...

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