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Jul 6, 2016

Meet Ed and Pat Guinane

Ed Guinane and his wife Pat have been married for more than 60 years. How did they make it that far? The answer might surprise you.

Jul 8, 2016

Meet John Breckenridge

Being 87-years-old hasn't stopped John Breckenridge. In fact, he's never felt better!

Jul 29, 2016

Meet Dorothy Tokarski

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.

Jul 29, 2016

Meet Olga Leonard

It was Christmas Day 1941 when the Canteen opened in North Platte, Nebraska. Olga Leonard was just 18 years old then.

Jul 29, 2016

Meet Paula Bongomin

Twenty-six-year-old Paula Bongomin knows the harsh reality of lacking the simple things in life that many people take for granted.

Aug 1, 2016

Take Me Out To The Ball Game!

Who doesn't enjoy a fun game of baseball? These residents did!

Aug 1, 2016

Hawaiian Day at Immanuel Pathways Southwest Iowa

It was Hawaiian Day recently at Immanuel Pathways Southwest Iowa.

Oct 10, 2016

Dr. Byron Oberst

Dr. Byron Oberst spent nearly 40 years as a pediatrician caring for some of Omaha’s youngest patients. His private practice centered on the well child. Now at 93 years old, Dr. Oberst continues to be a life-long learner.

Nov 3, 2016

The Landing packs 2,200 Meals for Omaha Against Hunger

Residents at The Landing in Lincoln recently sacked 2,220 meals for Omaha Against Hunger. Each meal will feed six people. The meals are being sent to the victims of Hurricane Matthew.

Nov 8, 2016

The Arboretum Donates Goods To Veterans

Residents and staff at The Arboretum recently donated paper goods, hygiene products and other items to the residents of Victory Apartments, an Omaha community built to support Veterans, many of whom are often homeless and have nothing when they move in to their apartment.

Nov 10, 2016

Immanuel Partners with Omaha Against Hunger

We are so thankful to the many residents and staff members who recently spent time at our Home Office packing 20,000 meals into boxes which will go to the Orphan Grain Train in Norfolk, Nebraska.

Nov 15, 2016

8 Reasons Why Seniors Prefer Senior Living Communities to Living Alone

For many, the term: nursing home, conjures up images of a sterile, white walled, overcrowded institutional setting complete with 1950s metal hospital beds. If you haven't visited a senior living community in a while, you may have some misconceptions; senior living communities have changed significantly over the last couple of decades.