Three friends look back on how they got involved in the women’s movement
In 2011, Myrne Roe published the book, “Radiating Like a Stone: Wichita Women and the 1970s Feminist Movement,” which included essays by Liz Hicks and Gloria Bonwell, among
In recognition of Activity Professionals Month, we went in-depth with Life Enrichment Director Amy Watson to learn more about how she and the life enrichment team approach their work.
How do you see the role of activities in a senior living
Julia has worked with clay for about 10 years, off an on, beginning as a high school freshman. She enjoys the fact that clay is so forgiving to work with. If there’s a mistake, someone can start over. For her, working with
These ideas can help you de-clutter your home and earn a tax write-off
By Ashley Eneriz for Next AvenueWhen it comes to donating to charity, sometimes our budgets don’t allow us to be as generous as we we’d like. But you needn’t always open your wallet to help others. Here are four ways to give back that don’t involve writing a check or
Four married couples were among the winners in this year’s Art is Ageless competition at Wichita Presbyterian Manor. We are impressed that art is a shared passion for so many couples! Find out a little more about these talented partners.
Wichita Presbyterian Manor recently hosted a reception for the winning artists in the annual Art is Ageless juried competition.
“We are honored to exhibit artwork by seniors,” said Amy Watson, Life Enrichment Director. “Art is Ageless is unique