Staff members from Immanuel Pathways in Central Iowa participated in the Windsor Heights 4th of July parade on Monday! Looks like everyone had a great time!
Johanna Peterson knows all about hard work. She spent more than a decade working at her aunt's cafe in her hometown.
Immanuel Village recently welcomed a special visitor!
Dorothy Tokarski never stopped dancing. “I danced since I was a toddler and I just kept going. Then I got to be a professional,” said Tokarski.
It was Christmas Day 1941 when the Canteen opened in North Platte, Nebraska. Olga Leonard was just 18 years old then.
Twenty-six-year-old Paula Bongomin knows the harsh reality of lacking the simple things in life that many people take for granted.
Who doesn't like camp? Residents and staff recently enjoyed a fun Day Camp at The Landing in Lincoln.
Lakeside Village is once again counting on our support to help them continue their ‘Winning’ streak in the Best of Omaha survey and is asking that we all cast our vote!
Being surrounded by great people makes your job easier and enjoyable. Just ask Tammy Sealer who has been with Immanuel for 17 years.
Who doesn't enjoy a fun game of baseball? These residents did!
It was Hawaiian Day recently at Immanuel Pathways Southwest Iowa.
Ever since high school, Katie Arp knew she wanted to do something that involved athletics and wellness.