Category Archives: Residents

Volunteer appreciation

“Plant smiles, Grow laughter, Harvest love” was our theme for our annual Volunteer Appreciation reception.

Betty Londeen received the “People Helping People” award, presented by Meggin Nichols.

Betty Londeen received the “People Helping People” award, presented by Meggin Nichols.

The Life Enrichment Team all approached the podium and expressed a heartfelt thanks to the volunteers who help keep our community READ MORE

Women made a difference

Residents Gloria Bonwell, Myrne Roe and Liz Hicks all have been active in local politics, media and the women’s rights movement.

Residents Gloria Bonwell, Myrne Roe and Liz Hicks all have been active in local politics, media and the women’s rights movement.

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 READ MORE

The great pumpkin patch

Residents accidently grew a pumpkin patch right in their courtyard.  Last year we sat our pumpkin from the pumpkin contest our in the courtyard so we could continue to admire it.  This spring low and behold a plant was coming out of the ground READ MORE

The “holy rollers”

Inez Brower, Bob Duncan, Jean Duncan, Wanda Glassburner, Dorothy Hall, Nancy Ross, Shirley Thompson and Barbara Works.

On September 29, eight Willows and PATH residents worked together to roll bandages for mission work.  The residents involved were Inez Brower, Bob Duncan, Jean Duncan, Wanda Glassburner, Dorothy Hall, Nancy Ross, Shirley Thompson, and Barbara Works.  READ MORE

Mini Marketplace at your service

Barbara Davis, Pat Wiehe and Marilyn Lytle celebrate the opening of the Mini Marketplace.

The new Mini Marketplace of Wichita Presbyterian Manor is open! Several residents came to celebrate this much anticipated milestone at our grand opening April 17.

Open to both residents and staff, this is a go-to shop for life’s little emergencies, READ MORE