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LIGHT Vigil of Hope

Nov 16, 2020 in Web News

Join us as we remember those we have lost during the COVID-19 pandemic, show support to those who continue the fight in body, mind and spirit, and pray for HOPE and HEALING to all.

    5:45pm –Chaplain Bill Billett watch on Zoom or Facebook Live

    6:00pm - Shine your light: out a window, from your porch, wherever you are.

FAMILY AND STAFF, please join us on the circle drive around Manor Park.

Ways to watch:

Facebook Live- Manor Park Wellness



Zoom Meeting –

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November Newsletter

Nov 02, 2020 in Web News

November Newsletter

Nov 02, 2020 in Web News

October Newsletter

Oct 01, 2020 in Web News

Healthcare & Assisted Living expanded visitation

Sep 24, 2020 in Web News

September Newsletter

Sep 08, 2020 in Web News

September Newsletter

Sep 08, 2020 in Web News

August Newsletter

Aug 13, 2020 in Web News

Northeast Breaking Ground

Apr 07, 2017 in Web News

Last Thursday a groundbreaking ceremony was held on Manor Park’s vacant 2-acre northeast site of the Village South project.  The event was well-attended by many of the future residents who will be occupying these homes, a few potential “buyers”, and several Board members.  A bbq lunch on the clubhouse’s Concho patio kicked off the event, which then moved over to the 2-acre site down the street where our “future” residents broke ground on their new neighborhood.  There will be 8 single family homes constructed on this site.  The first phase of this project will be installation of underground utilities and other site work.  The entire project is expected to be completed in early 2018.  



Tell Congress to Invest in Alzheimer's Research

Mar 28, 2017 in Web News



Alzheimer's is the most expensive disease in the United States. It costs tax payers $20 million every hour. And the cost isn’t just financial — one in three seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia, and more than 5 million Americans are living with this disease.

Investing in medical research has a proven history of saving lives. This is why we need you to tell Congress to make Alzheimer's a priority by increasing research funding. 

You can start by sending your voice to Washington to assist in the funding of Alzheimer’s research and support by joining Thunderclap through your social media.  It's the world's first crowd speaking platform, and over 7 million people have donated their ‘social reach’ for ideas and causes that matter. Just click on the webpage - LET OUR VOICES BE HEARD!