Bethania Well, Green Space and Fish Pond Drive
Recently, Bethania Mennonite Personal Care Home has found itself under the unfortunate budget reality of no longer being able to finance the monthly irrigation, maintenance,
and upkeep costs for the well, fish pond and landscaping of its property. The well has caved in and the fish pond is in need of upgrading. In addition,professionally maintaining and tending
to the many trees, gardens, bushes and walkways has compounded the financial pressure on already tight budgets.
As a result, Bethania residents are no longer able to fully enjoy the pleasures a beautifully maintained fish pond and well-cultivated green space can provide. Via the Bethania Well Fund Drive, the Bethania Residents Committee is looking to revitalize and restore this former pleasure to a new glory. And we're looking for donations and contributors to help us make this a reality!
The Bethania Residents Committee wishes to thank Bethania Mennonite Personal Care Home for its long and wonderful history of personalized care and supplementary programming developed for the comfort and joy of its residents. It has clearly been a tradition established on the foundation of dignity, love and respect for all, no matter age, capacity or ability. To that end,we look forward as residents to supporting and advancing this very worthy cause for the benefit of all.
For more information, contact Dianne Nixdorf -Bethania, Director of Recreation at 204-654-5035
Spiritual Care Fundraising Banquet
The Spiritual Care Fundraising Banquet was held on September 25th at the Douglas Mennonite Church with Encore Vocal Quartet as the entertainment. Thank you to everyone who attended and donated towards Bethania and Pembina Place Mennonite Personal Care Homes Spiritual Care program. The event was a huge success and we raised $33,471.52. We receive no government funding for spiritual care, so donor support is vital. Your financial gifts enable us to continue to offer all our programs and services to our residents, their families and our staff as we continue our commitment to minister to the whole person.
Pembina Place Courtyard
The Grand Opening of the new Pembina Place Courtyard was held on August 10, 2017. Thanks to the generous support of the the Cardinal Foundation, Barb Hague and many anonymous donations.
Our sincere thanks to Winnipeg Building for this wonderful in kind donation!