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May Lunch & Learn at St. Bernards Will Focus on Preventing Dementia

May Lunch & Learn at St. Bernards Will Focus on Preventing Dementia Dr. Kristin J. Addison-Brown, neuropsychologist in private practice in Jonesboro, will present a program on “Preventing Dementia” at noon on Friday, May 8, at St. Bernards Health & Wellness.

 


St. Bernards Receives Two Grants To Provide Breast Health Services Throughout Northeast Arkansas

St. Bernards Receives Two Grants To Provide Breast Health Services Throughout Northeast Arkansas St. Bernards Healthcare has received two different grants totaling more than $97,000 from the Arkansas Affiliate of Susan G. Komen to help provide breast health services to women in Northeast Arkansas. One of the grants presented to St. Bernards included $66,689 for the “Bringing Mobile Mammography To Your Community” program. The other was for $31,000 for the BreastAssured XI program.

 


Medi-Pak Advantage PPO, St. Bernards Will Host Special Program for Seniors on ‘Retirement’ Planning

Medi-Pak Advantage PPO, St. Bernards Will Host Special Program for Seniors on ‘Retirement’ Planning Medi-Pak Advantage PPO and St. Bernards Healthcare will sponsor a unique “retirement” planning program on Thursday, April 23. To focus on end-of-life planning, the program will feature three speakers and a question-answer session. Sitting as a panel, presenters will give straight answers for questions people generally do not want to ask.

 


Kerry Murdock Will Read at Stories in the Forest on Saturday, April 4

Kerry Murdock Will Read at Stories in the Forest on Saturday, April 4 Kerry Murdock, a professional storyteller who lives in Jonesboro, will be the best dressed goldfish in town when she reads the book Memoirs of a Goldfish Saturday afternoon at 3 at St. Bernards Fun Forest at The Mall at Turtle Creek.

 


The Opening of St. Bernards Villa Will Expand the Safe, Comfortable Housing Options for Seniors

The Opening of St. Bernards Villa Will Expand the Safe, Comfortable Housing Options for Seniors When Buell and Hazel Crider moved to St. Bernards Village in the fall of 2001, they already had downsized once, moving from a single family home into a condominium when Mr. Crider no longer could do his own yard work. That was a good option for them at the time.  But their sons – Carl of San Marcos, Calif., and Terry of Jonesboro – saw the new retirement community at St. Bernards Village and thought it would be a great fit for their parents.

 


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