On any week night we may often be found joining several friends for pre-dinner drinks and conversation in the Pub at Meadowlark Hills. To us, the most satisfying feature of this evening routine is...
February 17, 2020
The semi-annual Rasmussen 8-ball Tournament will commence in April. If you are interested, a sign-up sheet may be found in the Billiards Parlor. Tournament play will begin Monday, April 15, and conclude Tuesday, April 30. If you have any questions, contact Tracy Musselman at 323-3878.
In response to the recent questions that have emerged in the Ask Annie! column of the Messenger, the Sales Team will be hosting an open forum for all residents to attend and have their questions answered regarding Healthcare and Transitional Care sales and rates, Adult Day Services, Independent Living rental fees and courtesy days. They will also be happy to answer other questions you have pertaining to sales at Meadowlark Hills!
Q: Who was responsible the improvements of the Meadowlark statue and the sign at the Kimball Avenue entrance?
Tai Chi classes will resume at 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 2, in the Community Room. Classes will be held at 1 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday from Tuesday, April 2, to Tuesday, July 2. Tai Chi instructor, Laurie Pieper, would like to keep class sizes to 12 participants, to ensure ample space and safety. Sign up now in the Blue Book, located at the Hospitality Desk. Participants new to Tai Chi are encouraged to attend on a regular basis, as the class will build from one class to the next. There will be no additional fee for residents and passport members.
Therapy Services will host two health fairs in April for Assisted Living and Independent Living residents and families. The first opportunity will start at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 10, in the Tinklin Pointe Dining Room. The second starts at 10 a.m. Thursday, April 11, in the Community Center Game Room.
Q: Is there someone at Meadowlark Hills that can help me with my taxes, including getting my documents together?
A: Meadowlark Hills Finance team is not able to offer tax advice or assistance. However there is a great FREE community resource. AARP Tax-Aide volunteers are at the Senior Center until April 12. To make an appointment and find out what documents you need to bring, call 537-4040.
Ever wonder how you can volunteer without even leaving the Meadowlark Hills campus? There are opportunities available to meet that need.
At Meadowlark Hills, a committee was created to be just that: representatives and messengers of the organization. You can volunteer to participate in the Ambassador Committee.
According to Webster’s Dictionary, the definition of an ambassador is an authorized representative or messenger.
The committee meets twice a month and each meeting brings more enthusiasm than the last!
Over 40 percent of the decisions we make each day are based on habit, not conscious thought. By creating better habits, you can create the backbone of a healthy lifestyle—one that works, even when you are not thinking about it!
One way to create a healthy habit is to track your behavior until the behavior becomes a habit. Follow these steps to a healthy lifestyle.
Some of you may be familiar with the hit reality TV series, America’s Got Talent. It is a talent show that features singers, dancers, magicians, comedians and other performers of all ages competing for the top prize of one million dollars!
Here is your time to shine! Meadowlark Hills is hosting a talent show of its own at 7 p.m. Friday, Mar. 22, in the Community Room. Talented amateurs and unknown performers will gather to compete for the title! Bring your songs, poetry, artwork, comic routine or any other show of unique talent!
2121 Meadowlark Road
Manhattan, KS 66502