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    Groundskeeper willing to go the extra mile for staff, residents

    Nickolas Delcour (above, right) has only worked at Parsons Presbyterian Manor for about six months, but he already has a reputation for excellence.“He’s a newer employee who goes above and beyond,” said Sloan Dwyer, marketing director.On most days, unless it’s raining, you’ll find Nickolas mowing, tending to plants or repairing anything that’s not working outdoors. Those duties are part of his role as groundskeeper in the Environmental Services department, but he also lends a hand wherever or wh...  Read More...

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    A Dr. Seuss celebration

    National Nursing Home Week is a time for staff and residents of senior care communities to come together and celebrate all the good work being done to improve the lives of our elders.This year, Nursing Home Week was May 12-18, and Parsons Presbyterian Manor built all of its activities around the theme of “Dr. Seuss.”Life Enrichment Director Jasmine Edie said staff and residents had a blast dressing up, playing games and enjoying the special events designed to bring everyone together ...  Read More...

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    Dedicated role model Kevin Cruse, dad and grandfather

    Father’s Day is a time to recognize and honor all those dads in our lives who work hard to instill important values in their children for the betterment of families and society. We would like to show appreciation for one of our staff members who remains a dedicated role model to his four grown children.Kevin Cruse and his wife, Ann, have four children: Brandon, 42, Tarasa, 36, Alyssa, 30, and Jarod, 28.Kevin, director of environmental services at Parsons Presbyterian Manor, says that he vi...  Read More...

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    Sloan's Spot: Art is Ageless through my eyes

    Each year the Art is Ageless event is held for those 65 years and older at Presbyterian Manor. Not only is it an awesome opportunity for our seniors, but it is also a great opportunity for our community and the surrounding area. Yearly, a vast amount of people stop in to view the exhibit throughout the week.   Read More...

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    I Remember Where I Was When...

    When major events take place, especially those that are tragic or dangerous, we often recall exactly where we were when it happened. Nearly 20 years ago, on April 19, 2000, a tornado struck Parsons, Kan. Residents and staff share their memories of this day.Betty Heady, resident – “I’m not 100% sure, but I think I was at home then.   Read More...

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