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    Clay Center Presbyterian Manor artists among Art is Ageless® masterpiece level winners

    One winning artist in Clay Center Presbyterian Manor’s annual Art is Ageless® juried competition will be featured in the 2020 Art is Ageless calendar produced by PMMA (Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America).“Sunset,” a photograph by Fern Turner, will appear in the calendar when it is released this fall.In addition, “Total Eclipse,” a quilt by Frances Benson, and “Red Bird,” a drawing by Marjorie Grator will be featured on the Art is Ageless greeting car...  Read More...

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    65 years and counting

    On June 27, Floyd and Lillian Bosch celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary.The couple met while in college at St. John’s Lutheran College in Winfield, Kan. After leaving St.   Read More...

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    Bicyclists stop at Presbyterian Manor while Biking Across Kansas

    On Thursday, June 13, Clay Center welcomed Biking Across Kansas (BAK). Celebrating its 45th year, BAK is an annual ride for cyclists starting at the Colorado border and ending just over 500 miles later in Atchison. There were more than 800 riders and an additional 150 support volunteers participating in the 2019 ride.We were lucky to have several members of their group stop by Clay Center Presbyterian Manor for a snack, to visit with our residents and even provide a bit of entertainment.   Read More...

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    Mother's Day Tea Party

    On Saturday May 11, we had our first Mother's Day tea party. Life Enrichment Director Kristen Pedigo invited residents and their families and friends to a 2 p.m. tea party where she had hats, white gloves and a special activity.   Read More...

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    Delicious Dinner for a Good Cause

    On April 24th we had our annual banquet, “Pasta with a Purpose."It was an evening filled with family, friends, food and fellowship all while raising awareness and funding for a great cause, the Good Samaritan Program.Guests enjoyed a meal of spaghetti and meatballs, fettuccini alfredo, salad, breadsticks, and choice of cheesecakes topped with fresh berries or chocolate: all of which were homemade by Liz Ravencamp, dining services director.There was a silent auction, raffle drawings, a...  Read More...

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