Manor Park Conveniences
Deane Stoltz Wildcatter’s Grill
Residents, guests and family members may order any menu item all day. A menu lists foods and prices.
Call-in orders are also available; call in your order and have it ready for pickup within 30 minutes.
The grill is open five days each week, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (closed on Sundays and Mondays).
Menu and Weekly Specials for the grill are located here.
The Village Pantry
The Village Pantry convenience store stocks about 300 popular items. This may save a trip to the store to buy the one thing that was forgotten. Fresh salads and sandwiches are available Tuesdays through Fridays. Don’t forget about the ever-popular Blue Bunny ice cream and treats. And as a convenience to residents, ticket payments for scheduled group events may be made at The Village Pantry. Business hours: Monday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (closed on holidays).
The pharmacy is able to fill medicines honoring most prescription drug cards and also stocks over-the-counter medicines. The pharmacy is open Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (closed for lunch between 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m.). Residents and employees may order prescription refills using the 24-hour automated prescription line at 432-689-3355 (during business hours, press option 2 to speak with the pharmacy staff).
Somewhere in Time Beauty/Barber Shops
Manor Park leases space to the owners and the shops are in three convenient locations on the campus:
in Barney Greathouse Activity Building across the hall from the pharmacy 432-699-3405
in Helen Greathouse Manor on second floor 432-699-3495
in Mabee Healthcare area off the hallway between the Receptionist and Life Enhancement 432-699-3451
Business hours are Tuesday through Friday. Residents may call to schedule an appointment.
The Parks Faudree Family Chapel is located in the Barney Greathouse Activity Building across from the reception area. It is large and will accommodate many residents and guests. Church services, Bible studies and memorial services are held at the Chapel as well as monthly resident meetings.
A meditation chapel in memory of Helen Sparks is located across from the Wellness Center.
Midland College Children’s Center at Manor Park
An alliance with Midland College and a grant from the Helen Greathouse Charitable Trust allowed Manor Park to establish a children’s center for children ages six months through four years. The Children’s Center provides a wonderful opportunity for employees who need a quality preschool and child care services.
Having the sights and sounds of young children on the Manor Park campus helps bridge the generation gap, even though it is five generations wide. The intergenerational program that is operated by Midland College intertwines the lives of children, Manor Park residents and employees to create a loving and caring atmosphere that enhances the lives of everyone involved.
Children are often isolated from grandparents and have little contact with the elderly. The relationships and bonds created between the “Grandpals” and the children have helped to restore the caring connection between the young and the old, lift spirits and enrich the lives of both the children and the residents.
To find more information about the Children’s Center and Midland College, go to Midland College’s web site.
Medical Service Area
To provide better access to primary healthcare for Manor Park residents, the FMH Foundation Medical Service Clinic has recently opened at Manor Park. The Medical Service Area is located in the Barney Greathouse Activity Building.
The Independent Living Library is located off the Living Room. Residents have access to computers, high-speed internet, and a printer. Volunteers keep the library in order and there is usually a jigsaw puzzle in progress. Other residents provide weekly classes to help residents who are learning to use the computers. Business hours: open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Helen Greathouse Manor has a beautiful library on the first floor. There is a computer for playing several popular card games. Volunteers help keep the library organized and accept donations of used books from time to time. For directions to the library, please ask the Receptionist.
Many programs are provided to the entire community so that residents can be involved as wholly as possible within six dimensions of wellness (emotional, cognitive, physical, vocational, social and spiritual). For example, as residents participate in games, sewing groups, exercise classes or serve on the resident council, they engage in intellectual, social and emotional dimensions. More information about the wellness center is located here