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Over the past several months, more than 20 members of Christian Campus Fellowship at Missouri University of Science and Technology have been sending letters to their Presbyterian Manor pen pals. We are so grateful to have the support of our community!
“This recognition demonstrates that our residents and their families continue to have trust in the care that we provide,” said Ann Caudill, executive director. “Every day, I see our staff carry out our mission to provide quality senior services guided by Christian values, and this shows that our residents and their families see it, too.”
Dawna Womack fell in love with books at a young age, and the Tranquility House resident still reads every day. During her library career, she helped children discover the wonder of literature for themselves.
Grace, mercy and forgiveness combine to form a “cohesive plan of salvation,” writes Rolla Presbyterian Manor Chaplain Allen Teal. In return, we must be willing to extend grace, mercy and forgiveness to others.
Artists bring their creativity to live in a variety of ways, from painting to needlework to 3D art. Rolla Presbyterian Manor is looking for works by area artists age 65 and older for its annual Art is Ageless juried exhibit and competition.