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  • Mingle Mania: New event to benefit memory program

    By Becky Fitzgerald on February 20, 2018

    Capitalizing on an extensive art collection featuring well-known local and Kansas artists, Meadowlark staff have joined with several Manhattan community members to plan an inaugural event, Art Mingle...

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  • Servanthood

    By Ron Williams on January 18, 2018

    Some folks may know I was once on the Meadowlark Board, representing Blue Valley Church. At one meeting Steve Shields made a statement something like this. “It is one of my dreams that the staff of...

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  • Outdoor Encounters

    By Nathan Bolls on January 4, 2018

    Let’s hope that most wild organisms survived the human-based wonder and chaos of December. What must they have thought when all manner of lighted globes and twinkling lights were strung here and...

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  • It's Christmastime!

    By Sarah Duggan on December 21, 2017

    We’ve been  learning the art of practicing patience at the Duggan household. This new found focus was driven by the annual raising of our family Christmas tree which lent itself to housing wrapped...

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  • Outdoor Encounters

    By Nathan Bolls on December 7, 2017

    I’m going to speak of a magnificent animal—also one of God’s creatures—that is a source of disdain for many of you: the eastern fox squirrel (Sciurus niger).  The genus name, Sciurus, is related to...

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  • Meadowlark Home Health gains donated Toyota

    By Becky Fitzgerald on December 7, 2017

    Christmas came early for Meadowlark’s Home Health staff! In November, residents Duane and Pat Miksch offered to donate their 2007 Toyota Prius to Meadowlark Foundation, and it didn’t take long to...

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  • Christmas Cinema

    By Sarah Duggan on November 30, 2017

    Welcome to one of the best times of year—the Holiday Season. There are many ways to celebrate, but one of my favorite ways to ring in Christmas is by watching the  best of the best holiday movies....

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  • Caring for the Caregiver: November is National Caregivers Month

    By Bridget Larkin on November 30, 2017

    National Family Caregivers Month has taken place every November since President Bill Clinton signed the first Presidential Proclamation in 1997. Its purpose is to honor and recognize family...

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  • Open for Business: Verna Belle's Cafe doors open today

    By Jayme Minton on November 30, 2017

    9,644,400 seconds! That’s how long the anticipation has been building for the big reveal of the newly-renovated Verna Belle’s Café! For those without their calculators handy, that’s almost 112 days...

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  • Mix & Match

    By Sarah Duggan on November 22, 2017

    Getting out the door to go anywhere at my house is an extreme sport played over what feels like several hours. After all the organizing, dog feeding, kid dressing and teeth brushing, I may have five...

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