A presentation of historic wedding fashion took place at the community - wedding cake included!
Live Well. Go Fish. has taken another one of our communties out for a fun day on the lake.
Executive director John Croghan accepted the recognition and resident Alice Dittman presented as keynote speaker at the Country Club of Lincoln.
Six Immanuel employees were nominated and selected for awards based on their positive character traits and dedication to Immanuel's Mission.
The dance group made an appearance at the community!
The Touch of Class Jazz Choir from Nebraska Wesleyan entertained a full crowd at The Landing.
A man shared the history of Turkish Rugs with an audience at The Landing
The Landing recently gave $1,000 to the Lincoln Arts Council funded by sales through the community's Fine Arts Gallery.
125 elementary school students put their artwork up for view at The Landing's Fine Arts Gallery.
Several communities participate in an annual scholarship fund, investing in the lives of graduating seniors who work as servers in our dining programs. This year, The Landing will have surpassed 100 scholarships granted to students.
Immanuel's The Landing at Williamsburg Village in Lincoln is pleased to announce a deficiency-free survey report from the State of Nebraska.
We are featuring Mark Reinke, carpenter in environmental services at The Landing.