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“These awards really come from our residents and their families,” said Heather Pilkinton, executive director. “It means so much to continue to have their faith and trust in our ability to carry out our mission to provide quality senior services guided by Christian values.”
Every year, Topeka Presbyterian Manor celebrates the creativity of local senior artists with its Art is Ageless juried exhibit and competition. Topeka-area artists age 65 and older are invited to submit works by April 16.
The Greater Topeka Partnership joined us to celebrate the “grand re-opening” of Topeka Presbyterian Manor after our $1.6 million renovation. Executive Director Heather Pilkinton is a natural with a giant pair of scissors!
To commemorate one of their many landmark anniversaries, Dale and Margaret Sandberg’s daughter helped them compile a book about their life together. The Sandbergs have even inspired other Topeka Presbyterian Manor residents to record memories from their own lives.
Our bi-weekly surveillance testing is done for this week. No new positive cases were detected. We will resume testing next week and will test any resident or employee with symptoms consistent with the virus in the meantime.