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    Annual fundraiser set for Presbyterian Manor

    Farmington Presbyterian Manor’s annual Chicken and Dumplings Dinner and Silent Auction will be Thursday, March 19, to benefit Presbyterian Manor residents.The event will be at Farmington Presbyterian Church, 403 W. Columbia. Meals are $8 each in advance (through March 18), or $9 each at the door.   Read More...

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    Free event to focus on Veterans’ benefits

    A veteran, their spouse, dependent or survivor may be eligible for VA health care benefits. Enrolling in these programs may reduce or eliminate costs for medical supplies, office visits, prescriptions and even assisted living expenses.Find out what benefits are available to you and how to access them from Lisa Helms, Veterans Service Supervisor with the Missouri Veterans Commission. Helms will answer your questions about eligibility and the types of assistance available at 2 p.m.   Read More...

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    “Beauty” shot graces cover of 2020 Art is Ageless® Calendar

    Artist Vada Galvan from Farmington has been competing in the Art is Ageless® competition for around six years, but this is the first time her work has been featured on the cover.“When I walked into the room for the 2020 calendar reveal party in December, that was a big thrill! There were stacks of the calendar (and I hadn’t seen the cover yet) laying on the table and they looked gorgeous. It was an overwhelming day for this old gal,” said Vada.“Beauty and the Fleece&r...  Read More...

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    Resident continues to volunteer after 47 years

    At age 88, resident Barb Corter continues to volunteer every Wednesday at Parkland Health Center and doesn’t plan to quit. It’s something she’s been doing since she was 41.“I started working at the hospital when it was first built. I took over the gift shop.   Read More...

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    Love for others inspires donor to give

    As a child, Farmington native Carolyn Gordon used to perform for residents at the Presbyterian Manor with her church choir during the holidays. More recently, Carolyn frequently visited her mother during the four years she was a resident here and got to know other residents and staff. For these reasons, Carolyn Gordon has a special place in her heart for Farmington Presbyterian Manor and shows her love by making consistent donations to our community.“My mother, Helen Gordon, was living her...  Read More...

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