Concordia News for Seniors

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KWTV: Residents At Concordia Senior Living Center Win Wii Bowling National Championship

By Mike Glover | Jan. 21, 2022 | See Full Article Here Video games are not just for the young, they’re also for the young at heart. And the residents at Concordia Senior Living Center have the trophy to prove it. “Well, we’re just overgrown kids,” said Betty “Toots” Fisher, a member of the Wii bowling team. Concordia residents Tom Pippen, Jim Culbertson, Bob Namkin and Betty “Toots” Fisher created a bowling team to compete in the national senior league …

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KWTV: Something Good: Worked Celebrated Wedding with Residents at OKC Senior Living Community

By Mike Glover | Oct. 21, 2021 | See Full Article Here The staff and residents at Concordia Senior Living Center are just like family. So, when Charli Kroeker began making her wedding plans, there was simply no way she could do it without including the residents.  “They’re my family and I’ve taken them in as my friends and my family,” said Kroeker. Kroeker has been the marketing coordinator at Concordia senior living center for six years, and she has built …

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Concordia Community Foundation News

Concordia Community Foundation’s newsletter includes a FIRST LOOK at the floor plan rendering for the new Kamman Chapel, a new “Good Samaritan Guardian” annual giving level of $10,000 featuring Holy Trinity Lutheran Church (Edmond), and more. Read our newsletter to learn more about the Concordia Community Foundation. …

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The Loving Art of Letter Writing

August 12, 2021 | By Mallery Nagle Content originally appeared in Edmond Life & Leisure See Full Article Here You probably remember the last time you got something in the snail mail that wasn’t a bill or a piece of junk mail. Sadly, letter writing is a dying art form. Texts and e-mails have all but snuffed the life out of communication’s once scared trinity of pen, paper and postage stamp. But two women with Oklahoma ties are taking the …

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