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    Collections for Comfort

    Aberdeen Village employee starts “Bedding for Fur-Babies” to help animals at shelterAs Terri Schoonover was gathering old linens to donate to the Olathe Animal Shelter for comfortable animal beds, it occurred to her that others could be seeking a good use for used bedding.It was then that Terri, administrative services assistant at Aberdeen Village, decided to start “Bedding for Fur-Babies.”“I put a note in our “Friday Flyer” asking independent living re...  Read More...

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    Valuing volunteers

    April is National Volunteer Appreciation Month, and we have so many to highlight at Aberdeen Village! This time, we chose to shine the spotlight on a volunteer who brings hopeful harmony.Every Sunday, Aberdeen Village residents are treated to the sweet sounds of musicians who donate their time and talents to provide familiar hymns and worship music. One such volunteer is Edwin Funkunaga, whose talent was recruited from Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church by Rev.  Read More...

  • Appreciation for Angel Appeal

    Thank you for all of the generous hearts who donated to our Angel Appeal campaign, which benefits our Good Samaritan Program. This program helps ensure that residents who have run out of resources through no fault of their own can continue calling this "home."Mrs. Frances Adair Mrs.   Read More...

  • Hallelujah for our Angel Appeal

    During the month of December, we conducted our annual Angel Appeal and were thrilled to raise $6,865 to support the Good Samaritan program. This program helps residents who have surpassed their financial resources through no fault of their own and serves as a safety net for those in need.We had a successful event to kick-off the Angel Appeal with a screening of "It's a Wonderful Life" with hot cocoa and cookies. Attendees were invited to earn their wings by making a donation.   Read More...

  • Celebrating our volunteers

     Georgia Bundschuh, resident, Diane Gunsolley, Aberdeen Village chaplain, William Walter, resident, and Terri Monrad, community volunteer, pose together at the volunteer appreciation event.We recently said “thank you” to the many resident and community volunteers who make a difference in the lives of those who have made Aberdeen Village their home with a fun luncheon and recognition event.Residents Kenneth Minter and Shirley Dixon enjoy the luncheon.Chaplain Diane Gunsolley and ...  Read More...