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Six Wichita-area senior artists are winners in the Ageless® juried competition, and their work will be featured in the 40th anniversary calendar, which will be released this fall. Congratulations to these talented artists, who prove that art truly is an ageless pursuit.
Estate sales are a money-making move for seniors looking to right-size, but how can you have an estate sale in the middle of a pandemic? Take the sale online! Wichita Presbyterian Manor will host a free online event with an estate sale pro, Liz Beugelsdyk. “Estate Sales: A Money-Making Move” will be online at 2 p.m. Thursday, September 24.
Every week, Courtney Wolfe broadcasts a “state of the community” address to the in-house television channel at Wichita Presbyterian Manor. It’s an opportunity for the executive director to share news of changes to the community, which have given residents a bit more freedom recently.
Louise Hall “wore out three washing machines” raising 12 children along with her husband Jack, who “replaced parts many times.” Read more about the Wichita Presbyterian Manor residents’ approach to parenthood.