Tami Temple is the new director of nursing/director of health services for Newton Presbyterian Manor. Tami brings over 20 years of nursing and hospice experience and isn’t a stranger to the community.
“We’re thrilled to have Tami join the Presbyterian
Winners in the Newton Presbyterian Manor Art is Ageless juried competition were:
- Sculpture/3D: Judges Choice: “Dolphin Tales” by Maurice Robinson. 2nd Place: “Road Grader” by Verne M. Goering. Honorable Mention: “Wire tree sculpture” by Lois Hamilton and “Breadbasket” by Hank Heidebrecht.
- Drawing: Judges Choice: “Mother’s Hands” by Robetta Trapp.
- Photography: Judges Choice: “18th Century Daily Life” by Mary Becker Smith. Honorable Mention: “Spring has Sprung” by Mary Lee and “Down the Road” by Dick McCall.
- Christmas: Amateur – Judges Choice: “My Christmas Cardinals” by Rita Patterson. 2nd Place: “Shepherds by Night” by Marie Regehr.
- Christmas: Professional – Judges Choice: “Christmas Anticipation” by R. Allan Lister.
- Fiber Arts: Judges Choice: “Latch-hook Rug” by Dr. Colin Bailey.
- Quilting: Judges Choice: “Jewel Box” by L. Deane Frey. Honorable Mention: “Batik Throw” by Mary Kessler and “Table Runner” by Wanda Harms.
- Needlework: Judges Choice: “Swedish Weaving” by Ann Heidebrecht. 2nd Place: “Peacocks in Paradise” by Mary Eaton.
- Painting: Amateur – Judges Choice: “Storm is Coming” by Bob Grant. 2nd Place: “A Wannabe Place” by Rosella Goering. Honorable Mention: “Memories from the Rockies” by Hulda Schrag, “Colorado Aspens” by Rita Patterson and “Hay Days of Yesterday” by Rebecca Newman.
- Painting: Professional – Judges Choice: “Floral Medley” by Velera Adams. 2nd Place: “Running Wild” by Virgil Penner. Honorable Mention: “The Protester Joan Baez” by Dr. Gene Marsh, “Spring in the Tetons” by Clorene Smith and “Ol’ Firefighter’s Memories” by R. Allan Lister.
The People’s Choice Award, determined by attendees’ votes, was awarded to “Floral Medley” by Velera Adams. It hung over the fireplace in the lobby for a month.
Newton’s first outdoor celebration of spring, the Apple Blossom Festival, is set for Friday, April 27, at Newton Presbyterian Manor. The event runs from 5 to 8 p.m. While fun is what the festival is all about, it’s fun for a really
McFarland Center residents know Tami Temple for her caring smile and long list of questions.
As a Minimum Data Set coordinator, Tami assessed a patient’s need for care and developed personalized care plans.
For the past nine years, Tami worked with
Have you ever wondered what it will cost to live in a senior living community? Which contract is best for your budget, a rental plan or an entrance fee? Can I afford to live in a retirement community?
Questions like these and more will be explored
We’re so pleased to have Alex Ramos return to Newton Presbyterian Manor as wellness director.
Alex first joined us in 2015 to help both our residents and staff members improve and maintain good health. Last year, he went to work for a fitness
Newton Presbyterian Manor is on the U.S. News and World Report Best Nursing Homes 2017-18 list. The senior living community received the highest score of a five-star rating system to make the list, available today at usnews.com/nursinghomes.
Veterans, their spouses and widows are invited to Newton Presbyterian Manor for a complimentary pancake breakfast from 7 to 10 a.m. November 10 at Presbyterian Manor, 1200 E Seventh, Newton.
“We appreciate their service,” said Marc Kessinger, executive