700 N. Main Street, Eureka, IL 61530

Phone: (309) 467-2337  Fax: (309) 467-9011

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Maple Lawn Homes, Inc., a non-profit Christian retirement community founded in 1922 and sponsored by the Mennonite church, offers a nonsectarian program of retirement housing, nursing care, in-home support services and children's day care.

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Maple Lawn Homes, Inc., a nonprofit Christian retirement community founded in 1922 and sponsored by the Mennonite Church, offers a nonsectarian program of retirement housing, nursing care, in-home support services, and a children's day care. We are dedicated to serving the individual needs of each resident, emphasizing freedom of choice, dignity and self-esteem. Our programs serve not only our residents, but the entire community of Eureka and those living in the central Illinois area. With the help of 250 volunteers, our 140 employees assist more than 1500 individuals each year. Maple Lawn welcomes persons of all races, religions, color, and national origins.

 

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 See what Maple Lawn's Staff is doing in our Community!!

  Laura Collins-Dietary Director

  Janice Hutchens-Human Resources Director

 

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Mennonite Health Services is a not-for-profit organization that supports Anabaptist faith-based health and human service providers in their leadership and strategic direction.

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 Upcoming Events

 

What's Happening For Apartment and Cottage Residents:

Thurs., Feb. 26, 11:30 am Lunch at The Fillin' Station. All apartment and cottage residents welcome. Please sign up.

Mon., Mar. 2, 2 pm Apartment Monthly Birthday Party in the Community Room

Fri., March 6, 2 pm Monthly Cottage Coffee in Memorial Hall. The program this month will be provided by Forest Park Nature Center. They will be talking about all our feathered friends, what to feed and who comes home first to Illinois! All cottage residents welcome! Refreshments served.

 

What's Happening for Health Center Residents:

Thurs., Feb. 26, 6:30 pm Music with Old Time Way

Fri., Feb. 27 10:30 am Let's Get Moving

Fri., Feb. 27, 1:30 pm What's Cooking

Sat., Feb. 28, 9:30 am Poem of the Day

Sat., Feb. 28, 2 pm Bingo

Sun., Mar. 1, 9:30 am Church

Mon., Mar. 2, 3:30 pm Puzzle Time

Mon., Mar. 2, 6:30 pm Brain Teasers

Tues., Mar. 3, 2 pm Ice Cream Party/Trivia

Wed., Mar. 4, 2:30 pm Chapel with Pastor Bachman

Thurs., Mar. 5, 1:30 pm Games by the Fireplace

Fri., Mar. 6, 9 am Mass

 

 Noah's Ark Children's Center:

Contact Shauna Brown at 467-9050 for information about Noah's Ark Children's Center Programs.

Starting on June 1st, Noah's Ark Children's Center will begin to teach using the Illinois Early Learning Standards for 3-5 year olds and pre-k. They will also be using the Developmentally Appropriate Practices for infants through 2 year olds.