By Mary Bridges, Salina Presbyterian Manor chaplain
Christmas is a nostalgic time of year for me when the smell of banana bread in the oven, and Christmas decorations made by family and friends take me back to my childhood. Twinkling lights, and
The chapel at Salina Presbyterian Manor is much cheerier these days, thanks to banners created and donated by Martha Oakes.
Martha volunteered to make the fabric hangings, known as paraments, after talking with our chaplain, Mary Bridges, at Salina
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By Ashley Eneriz for Next AvenueWhen it comes to donating to charity, sometimes our budgets don’t allow us to be as generous as we we’d like. But you needn’t always open your wallet to help others. Here are four ways to give back that don’t involve writing a check or
Three employees at Salina Presbyterian Manor will receive assistance to continue their education through Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America’s Employee Education Assistance program.
CNA in health care, pursuing LPN.
Employee since 2016. What