Blog Posts by Sarah Duggan

Written By Sarah Duggan on April 1, 2021

Effective Friday, March 19, 2021, Meadowlark will officially re-open its Kimball Avenue entrance and suspend usage of the check-point station located on Tuttle Creek Boulevard. Visitors without symptoms of illness, a current or suspected COVID-19 diagnosis, or contact with someone who has a positive COVID-19 test or is under investigation, will be permitted to enter campus. This will include common, public areas in Meadowlark’s Community Center such as Prairie Star Restaurant and the Courtyard.

Written By Sarah Duggan on March 18, 2021

The Kimball Avenue entrance to Meadowlark’s campus will officially open up tomorrow, March 19, after being closed for a year as a COVID-19 safety precaution. Additionally, the cones at the Tuttle Creek entrance will be removed. Visitors will no longer be required to screen at the check-point station. Mask-wearing remains a requirement on Meadowlark’s campus.

Written By Sarah Duggan on March 4, 2021

Meadowlark is taking steps to invest in the health and wellness of the Manhattan community and its members, specifically those ages 55 years and older, which includes a significant percentage of the local population. 

Written By Sarah Duggan on August 11, 2020

Meadowlark Parkinson’s Program Awarded $18,000 for iCAN with Pd

Written By Sarah Duggan on June 5, 2020

SPEEDY PD RACE GOES VIRTUAL FOR 2020

Written By Sarah Duggan on March 31, 2020

MANHATTAN, KAN. – Effective Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 7 a.m. all traffic coming to Meadowlark’s campus will be screened at a newly established check-point station located at the Tuttle Creek Boulevard entrance. Meadowlark closed the Kimball Avenue entrance on Thursday, March 19. There is no date set to restore either entrance.

Written By Sarah Duggan on March 16, 2020

MANHATTAN, KAN. – Meadowlark, not-for-profit continuing care retirement community in Manhattan, is preparing for possible cases of COVID-19 (coronavirus). While eight cases of COVID-19 have been identified as presumptively positive in Kansas, no cases have been suspected in Manhattan community and adjacent areas. Much about the virus is still unknown, but it is known that the population Meadowlark serves – older adults with underlying medical conditions – are at the highest risk for the most serious forms of infection associated with this new disease.

Written By Sarah Duggan on March 8, 2019

   The question remains, can we place additional recycling containers in common areas, such as the Game Room, Billiards Parlor and Kansas Room & Pub and to encourage even more recycling? My short answer is no, but my explanation is a little more lengthy.

Written By Sarah Duggan on October 24, 2018

All four members of the Duggan family participated in the tenth annual Speedy Pd Race for Parkinson’s Disease on Saturday, Aug. 25, at Tuttle Creek State Park. Murphy Rose was delighted with her halfmile family fun run performance and celebrated with a delicious sno-kone at race headquarters. She looks forward to “her” race every year and I enjoy watching her determined face as she sprints toward the finish line.

Written By Sarah Duggan on August 9, 2018

Don Rasmussen, Meadowlark Parkinson’s Program participant and resident at Meadowlark Hills, is feeling good these days. It’s August and for the tenth year in row it means the season for the Speedy Pd Race for Parkinson’s disease is in full swing. The event is the main fundraiser for Meadowlark Parkinson’s Program, which provides services for the Flint Hills region to improve the quality of life for all those affected by Parkinson’s disease (PD).

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