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    Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor Receives 2019 Customer Experience Award from Pinnacle Quality Insight

    Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor is proud to announce that they are the recipient of Pinnacle Quality Insight’s 2019 Customer Experience AwardTM.The Customer Experience Award is given to senior living communities that score in the top 15-percent of the nation in resident satisfaction surveys conducted by Pinnacle Quality Insight for 12 consecutive months. Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor received the award for independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing.Over the course of 2018,...  Read More...

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    Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor artists among Art is Ageless® masterpiece level winners

    Three winning artists in Arkansas City 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).“Quilter’s Heaven,” a quilting piece by Leta Sherwood (shown above, right); “Hedge Apple Bouquet,” a mixed media/crafts piece by LaVona Morrison (shown above, left); and “River Rock Climbing,” a drawing by Marjorie Swaim (shown below), wil...  Read More...

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    Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor earns zero-deficiency rating

    Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor earned a zero-deficiency survey from the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services following its annual inspection May 22, 2019.This is the sixth time in the past 16 years Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor has received a zero-deficiency rating. To celebrate, we had an ice cream sundae party with our healthcare staff and residents.“We are so proud of our staff for this outstanding achievement,” said Sarah Griggs, executive director. “We ...  Read More...

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    Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor golf tournament raises more than $17K

    Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor’s 25th Annual Dick Metz Memorial Golf Classic on May 4 raised more than $17,800 for the Manor’s Good Samaritan Program.The tournament was named for the late golf pro and Arkansas City native, Richard “Dick” C. Metz, who was a leading golf pro in the 1930s and 1940s. In his career, he won 14 professional victories and was inducted into the Kansas Golf Hall of Fame in 1991.After Metz’ death, a golf tournament named for him was started ...  Read More...

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    Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor announces Art is Ageless® winners

    We want to start out by saying thank you to all the artists who entered and to our three judges. This year our judges were Paisley Howerton/CEO of the Arkansas City Chamber of Commerce, Arty Hicks/employee with the CourierTraveler newspaper and Chris Todd, a quilter referral from Field to Fabric in Winfield, Kan. This year more than 40 entries were submitted and more than 75 people came to view the artwork.In this year’s competition, there were nine categories, including; mixed media, phot...  Read More...