Prime Times

Friday, January 11, 2019
Friday, January 11, 2019

Gary Parvin, maintenance man at Kirkwood House, was recently awarded the “2018 Maintenance Man of the Year” by Missouri Association of Housing Authorities. He has been with Kirkwood House for 18 years after he retired from the Kirkwood Fire Department. Pictured, from left: Valerie Nickel; Ba…

AARP The Magazine recently announced the nominees for the upcoming 18th Annual Movies for Grownups® Awards, with “A Star Is Born,” “BlacKkKlansman,” “Can You Ever Forgive Me?,” “Green Book” and “Roma” contending in the Best Picture/Best Movie for Grownups category.

John Atkins, age 98, was the guest speaker at the American Legion Post 111, in Shrewsbury on Dec. 5. Atkins spoke about his experience while serving aboard the USS Missouri battle ship. He was on board the ship on Sept. 2, 1945 when Japan surrendered and signed the Armistice which ended Worl…

Many people look toward retirement with mixed feelings. There is the excitement of no longer having to stick to a set schedule. However, there may be some trepidation about living without a steady income.

The Mary Culver Home for Visually Impaired Women has named Martha (Marty) Schenk, of Washington, Missouri, as the new executive director. She replaces Colleen Hill who held the position for over 30 years.

Cynthia Miller of Creve Coeur has gone above and beyond her duties as a dietary aide at Manor Grove in Kirkwood. So much so that VOYCE (formerly the Long Term Care Ombudsman Program) recently honored her with its first Lifetime Achievement Award.