Alderbrook Village Assisted Living will have a ribbon-cutting and open house this week to highlight its newly renovated retirement community. “As we all know, updates are an important, ongoing process, as well as much desired in...Read More
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Dec. 16 is full of family-friendly activities to attend in and around Arkansas City. Starting at 9 a.m., Santa will be at Steamy Joe for cookies and cocoa. He will be there until noon. Children younger than 12 can enjoy free...Read More
Two local bank open houses and another appearance by Santa Claus highlight a variety of Christmas-themed events next week. Many of these events were announced recently by various local businesses and nonprofit organizations. The...Read More
The 2017 Arkalalah Big Parade lineup is: Color Guard — American Legion Sons of the American Legion American Legion Riders Arkansas City Police Department Arkansas City Fire-EMS Department Grand Marshal — Tony Tapia Arkansas City...Read More
Alderbrook Village will be host to its first Alzheimer’s and memory support group from 2 to 3 p.m. July 26 at the assisted living facility, located at 402 E. Windsor Road in Arkansas City. “Are you caring for a loved one with...Read More
Alderbrook Village will be host to Stage 5 Senior Reader Theater at 6 p.m. July 18, according to a news release. “If you close your eyes during the performance, you’ll be reminded of the days when radio was the only form of...Read More
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