Rolla Presbyterian Manor promotes Good Samaritan Program with a decorated tree

Her mother’s affection for holiday decorating inspired Valerie Eades to create the Good Samaritan tree, which promotes the Good Samaritan Program at Rolla Presbyterian Manor.
October 21, 2020

Back-to-school drive benefits Presbyterian Manor staff with school-aged children

For the second year in a row, the Presbyterian Manor leadership team has purchased items on back-to-school lists using their personal funds. The goods are set up so that employees can pick out what their children need at no cost to them.
September 23, 2020

Good Samaritan Program allows employees to support residents

Amy Skaggs likes working at Rolla Presbyterian Manor because she knows residents will not be asked to leave if they outlive their financial resources. That’s why she and other employees contribute to the Good Samaritan Program. Learn more about the initiative that gives residents and their families peace of mind.
August 11, 2020

Solarium addition: From dreams to donations

Adding a solarium to the end of Tranquility House has been something Ann Caudill, executive director, has wanted for some time. As donations are coming in, it looks like it could soon become a reality.“We would love to have it available and ready to go by next fall,” said Ann.The plan is to create a solarium at the end of the hallway that is currently a porch and would provide access through the garden all year long.
October 15, 2019

Donor spotlight: Mary McFarland

The PMMA mission and its unique programs are sustained through the many families, friends, employees and companies that donate each year. To help tell the story of one such contributor, we recently caught up with Mary McFarland of St. Louis.What is your connection with Rolla Presbyterian Manor?“My connection to Rolla Presbyterian Manor goes back to the early 90s when my maternal grandmother Grayce Swope moved into ‘The Manor’ and my parents followed suit in the early 10s.
July 10, 2019