Memorial Day began in the 19th century as “Decoration Day.” Citizens were urged to decorate the graves of soldiers who died in the Civil War. After World War I, Decoration Day expanded to include ceremonies honoring the dead in all of America’s
Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America recently won three awards in the Healthcare Advertising Awards competition, sponsored by the Healthcare Marketing Report.
PMMA was recognized for these entries:
- Gold medal for the 2014 Art is Ageless® calendar, which features senior artists
- Silver medal for the PMMA Medicare Flipbook, a brochure explaining Medicare benefits
- Merit award for the Art is Ageless website, ArtIsAgeless.org
This is the 31st year for the national
As Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America celebrates its 65th anniversary, we will take a look back at our history in each issue of Community Matters.
From 1949 to 1955, Newton Presbyterian Manor grew quickly.
By October 1949, the house at 1100
This year’s Older Americans Month’s theme, “Safe Today. Healthy Tomorrow,” focuses on safety and preventing injury, encouraging seniors to protect themselves to remain active and independent.
Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America provides