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Volunteer Spotlight: "Senior Prom"

The day after their high school prom dance, Olivia and Josephine Caron were busy setting up for the Senior Prom at Highland Ridge. It all comes together with corsages, music, soft lighting, a classic vinyl dance floor, and the dedication of a few high school students who want to give back.

Serve others, whatever it takes

Serve others, whatever it takes

When an unprecedented April snowstorm drops 20 inches of snow - making travel dangerous if not impossible - schools and businesses may shut down but our communities remain open. Through the storm, PHS employees demonstrated their boundless love for the residents they serve.

Fighting Parkinson's disease

Fighting Parkinson's disease

In recognition of Parkinson’s Awareness Month we highlight some of the employees at Presbyterian Homes & Services (PHS) working to raise awareness and help individuals fight the symptoms of Parkinson’s.

A resident volunteer shines among us

A resident volunteer shines among us

Marilyn Ingman, who lives and volunteers at Presbyterian Homes of Bloomington, was named as one of the 2018 Volunteers of the Year by LeadingAge MN, a statewide association of senior living organizations.

Volunteer Spotlight: Paul’s Sacred Moment

Volunteer Spotlight: Paul’s Sacred Moment

For some, ministering to people at the end of life may be uncomfortable, but for volunteer Paul Thompson, he found it to be the perfect fit. Read how Paul answered the call to become an Optage® Hospice Spiritual Care volunteer.

Helena's Haiku

Helena's Haiku

In celebration of National Poetry Month, watch Helena's journal of poetry become a published work of art as a part of her Liberty Dream.

Living the Resurrection: Laughing with God

Living the Resurrection: Laughing with God

It’s a rare coincidence of the calendar this year that Easter falls on April Fool’s Day. What a perfect opportunity to share a laugh with God. Every Easter really is April Fools’ Day. For three days, the whole world thought that hope and love were dead. But God came back to say, “Surprise!”

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