Volunteers are vitally important members of every Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America community. Whether it is helping out with a resident's daily needs or activities, or serving on a special committee, volunteers can make a difference. There are as many possibilities for volunteer activities as there are individuals. Just a few of our volunteer opportunities include leading a crafts group, leading an art appreciation or exploration class, reading a story, writing a letter or helping with errands. In as little as one hour a week, you can help make a difference while making new friends.

Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor is assisted by community committees and a local advisory council. Representing diverse backgrounds, professions and areas of interest, the advisory council may offer recommendations about the community's policies or services, provide insight about needs of the local area, and represent constituency views in public discussions and with elected representatives.

To volunteer with our Music & Memory Program , please contact Lori Peters, activity director, at 620-442-8700.

Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor Advisory Council

  • Dustin Quint, executive VP, Community National Bank & Trust
  • Stephanie Wall-Brown, pastor, First United Methodist Church
  • Shandon Weston, realtor, The Property Shop
  • Judy Olmstead, retired
  • Kristi Old, housewife
  • Dennis Voth, Pastor
  • Mike Walker, insurance agent, United Agency
  • Jan Spanger, retired
  • Julie Uden, trust officer, RCB Bank
  • Bill Flick, resident

For specific volunteer opportunities, contact us.

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