Meadowlark Hills

Meadowlark Hills

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  • Legacy Society Banquet

    Legacy Society BanquetWritten By Becky Fitzgerald on May 18, 2017 Five residents honored at 15th annual event In 2004, Sugarland, Texas, resident Don Rasmussen was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. His doctor at the time wasn’t optimistic. “I hope you have a bucket list,” Don remembers the physician saying. “You won’t be doing anything in five years.” A half decade later in 2009, Don and his ...

Meadowlark Hills

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  • On the High Cost of Ruffled Feathers

    On the High Cost of Ruffled Feathers on May 18, 2017  Submitted by Helen Roser Though two hundred year old wine needs a cool, dark place, the now famous “world’s most expensive bottle of wine” was on display in a sunny window with a spotlight beaming on it. The hilarious true account of what happened at the auction in England was written by a wine expert who knew the men involved.  Christie's’ ...

Meadowlark Hills

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  • Legacy Society Banquet

    Legacy Society BanquetWritten By Becky Fitzgerald on May 18, 2017 Five residents honored at 15th annual event In 2004, Sugarland, Texas, resident Don Rasmussen was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. His doctor at the time wasn’t optimistic. “I hope you have a bucket list,” Don remembers the physician saying. “You won’t be doing anything in five years.” A half decade later in 2009, Don and his ...

Meadowlark Hills

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  • On the High Cost of Ruffled Feathers

    On the High Cost of Ruffled Feathers on May 18, 2017  Submitted by Helen Roser Though two hundred year old wine needs a cool, dark place, the now famous “world’s most expensive bottle of wine” was on display in a sunny window with a spotlight beaming on it. The hilarious true account of what happened at the auction in England was written by a wine expert who knew the men involved.  Christie's’ ...

Meadowlark Hills

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  • Leader of the Pack for May 2017

    Leader of the Pack for May 2017 on May 11, 2017Lisa Lawton!!!!  Congratulations Lisa for being nominated and winning the MLH Leader of the Pack for May 2017!!!  Lisa’s nomination stated, “Lisa always shows up to work with a smile on her face ready to work. She shows the utmost compassion and empathy towards all the residents and treats them as if they were family. I always know it is going to be a...

Meadowlark Hills

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  • Ask Sarah

    Ask SarahWritten By Sarah Duggan on May 11, 2017I am wrapping up my fifth week of maternity leave with sweet baby Eilish. When Murphy was born nearly three years ago, I took the same amount of time off, six weeks, but the shock of sleep deprivation, overwhelming new lessons and constant flow of visitors made the time off fly by and end up a complete blur. This time around has been a whole new expe...

Meadowlark Hills

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  • Outdoor Adventure

    Outdoor Adventure on May 11, 2017  Submitted by Sue Hunt I hope to hostess a lemonade, cookie party after a ride in the carts to the gazebo.  I will be able to identify some flowers and we will be able to spend one half hour in the pond area and be given a ride back.  With the asphalt paths, walkers are able to be used.  If you would be interested in the activity, please let me know so I can not...

Meadowlark Hills

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  • Ask Sarah

    Ask SarahWritten By Sarah Duggan on May 11, 2017I am wrapping up my fifth week of maternity leave with sweet baby Eilish. When Murphy was born nearly three years ago, I took the same amount of time off, six weeks, but the shock of sleep deprivation, overwhelming new lessons and constant flow of visitors made the time off fly by and end up a complete blur. This time around has been a whole new expe...

Meadowlark Hills

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  • Outdoor Adventure

    Outdoor Adventure on May 11, 2017  Submitted by Sue Hunt I hope to hostess a lemonade, cookie party after a ride in the carts to the gazebo.  I will be able to identify some flowers and we will be able to spend one half hour in the pond area and be given a ride back.  With the asphalt paths, walkers are able to be used.  If you would be interested in the activity, please let me know so I can not...

Meadowlark Hills

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  • Leader of the Pack for May 2017

    Leader of the Pack for May 2017 on May 11, 2017Lisa Lawton!!!!  Congratulations Lisa for being nominated and winning the MLH Leader of the Pack for May 2017!!!  Lisa’s nomination stated, “Lisa always shows up to work with a smile on her face ready to work. She shows the utmost compassion and empathy towards all the residents and treats them as if they were family. I always know it is going to be a...

Meadowlark Hills

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  • Outdoor Encounters

    Outdoor EncountersWritten By Nathan Bolls on May 4, 2017Plants also have histories, and some of them are spectacular.  During the next 2-3 months I hope to make a short exploration into the medicinal uses humans have made of certain plants.  Some of them, e.g., the western yarrow prairie wildflower have had a significant impact upon human life.  The western yarrow, mentioned in last month’s OE art...

Meadowlark Hills

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  • Outdoor Encounters

    Outdoor EncountersWritten By Nathan Bolls on May 4, 2017Plants also have histories, and some of them are spectacular.  During the next 2-3 months I hope to make a short exploration into the medicinal uses humans have made of certain plants.  Some of them, e.g., the western yarrow prairie wildflower have had a significant impact upon human life.  The western yarrow, mentioned in last month’s OE art...

Meadowlark Hills

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  • It's Not Goodbye, Just See You Later

    It's Not Goodbye, Just See You LaterWritten By Sarah Duggan on April 27, 2017What is that people say...? Oh yes, "All good things must come to an end." A bittersweet expression that holds a disturbing amount of truth. We've reached a point in the year that we must send off another amazing individual who has been a pleasure to work with over the past few months. Our Community Relations intern, Shan...

Meadowlark Hills

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  • It's Not Goodbye, Just See You Later

    It's Not Goodbye, Just See You LaterWritten By Sarah Duggan on April 27, 2017What is that people say...? Oh yes, "All good things must come to an end." A bittersweet expression that holds a disturbing amount of truth. We've reached a point in the year that we must send off another amazing individual who has been a pleasure to work with over the past few months. Our Community Relations intern, Shan...

Meadowlark Hills

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Meadowlark Hills

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Meadowlark Hills

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  • Meadow News

    Meadow News on April 20, 2017Submitted by Alice Roper  From my window looking north, this is what I see.  Melted marshmallow clouds drift across the blue skies.  The distant hills are turning from brown to green. Trees that have been skeletons are beginning to leaf out, each on their schedule.  Cedar trees show their true ragged branches.  Not at all like the ones on Christmas cards. Birds fly...

Meadowlark Hills

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  • On a Tomboy Gets Dressed for Company

    On a Tomboy Gets Dressed for Company on April 20, 2017Submitted by Helen Roser  Being a tomboy, I was busy climbing trees in my coveralls when my mother called me to come home.  Company was coming.   Time to clean up. My mother said she was going to be a nervous wreck from trying to make a lady out of me.  I was a skinny kid with straight red hair and big feet. My good dresses had a sash from a...

Meadowlark Hills

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Meadowlark Hills

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Meadowlark Hills

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Type: Blog Article

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  • Meadow News

    Meadow News on April 20, 2017Submitted by Alice Roper  From my window looking north, this is what I see.  Melted marshmallow clouds drift across the blue skies.  The distant hills are turning from brown to green. Trees that have been skeletons are beginning to leaf out, each on their schedule.  Cedar trees show their true ragged branches.  Not at all like the ones on Christmas cards. Birds fly...

Meadowlark Hills

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Type: Blog Article

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  • On a Tomboy Gets Dressed for Company

    On a Tomboy Gets Dressed for Company on April 20, 2017Submitted by Helen Roser  Being a tomboy, I was busy climbing trees in my coveralls when my mother called me to come home.  Company was coming.   Time to clean up. My mother said she was going to be a nervous wreck from trying to make a lady out of me.  I was a skinny kid with straight red hair and big feet. My good dresses had a sash from a...

Meadowlark Hills

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Type: Blog Article

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  • Outdoor Encounters

    Outdoor EncountersWritten By Nathan Bolls on April 6, 2017We are in The Great Unfolding of Spring, a most appropriate time for learning to have Nature come to us rather than always believing we have to go to Nature. Our Natural Area can show us many of these “unfoldings.” Just pick a nature-filled place and sit quietly, look carefully, and listen intently—as if you were studying pores in a brick i...

Meadowlark Hills

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  • Leader of the Pack for April

    Leader of the Pack for April on April 6, 2017The April 2017 Leader of the Pack winner is…… Mariah Cangemi!!!  Mariah has worked at Meadowlark Hills since March of 2015 as the Home Health Manager. Mariah’s nominations stated, “Mariah goes above and beyond every single day. She is pleasant no matter what the circumstances. Understanding always. Takes shifts when they can’t be filled by Home Health...

Meadowlark Hills

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Type: Blog Article

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  • Outdoor Encounters

    Outdoor EncountersWritten By Nathan Bolls on April 6, 2017We are in The Great Unfolding of Spring, a most appropriate time for learning to have Nature come to us rather than always believing we have to go to Nature. Our Natural Area can show us many of these “unfoldings.” Just pick a nature-filled place and sit quietly, look carefully, and listen intently—as if you were studying pores in a brick i...

Meadowlark Hills

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Leader of the Pack for April

    Leader of the Pack for April on April 6, 2017The April 2017 Leader of the Pack winner is…… Mariah Cangemi!!!  Mariah has worked at Meadowlark Hills since March of 2015 as the Home Health Manager. Mariah’s nominations stated, “Mariah goes above and beyond every single day. She is pleasant no matter what the circumstances. Understanding always. Takes shifts when they can’t be filled by Home Health...

Meadowlark Hills

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  • Little Apple Knockers

    Little Apple Knockers on March 23, 2017What in the world is a knitted knocker?  It is a soft comfortable handcrafted breast form made with love by volunteers for women who have had mastectomies.  Knitted knockers is a national non-profit organization run by volunteers.  Local volunteers are mobilizing within the Manhattan community to form a local group known as Little Apple Knitted Knockers.  We...

Meadowlark Hills

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  • Doctor Appreciation

    Doctor AppreciationWritten By Sarah Duggan on March 23, 2017The saying goes, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” but sometimes an apple isn’t enough to ward off illness and it times like those, it’s prudent to have a doctor you trust just a phone call away.Read more

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