Orville “Ollie” Heitkamp decided to join the military following his college graduation from St. Thomas University in 1952. In January 1953, he volunteered for the United States Army. After completing basic training, he attended advanced training and became a radio operator. Ollie reported to Camp Stoneman in California and was assigned to duty overseas in Korea.Read More
Gordon “Gordy” Berge had one main reason for joining the United States Army: he couldn’t find another job. Following his enlistment, Gordy attended basic training in Kansas before he was transferred to Hawaii for more training in communications.Read More
Even though it’s been more than 50 years, Joe Hawkins still remembers his first jump as a member of the 11th Airborne Division, a United States Army airborne formation.Read More
As a way to brighten up a few gloomy rainy days, Kingsway team members worked together to host an Italian themed lunch. June includes National Italian Day to celebrate the Festa della Repubblica so the theme was an easy choice. The lunch featured several different types of pizza, pasta, breadsticks, salad and chocolate, raspberry and creamsicle ice-cream for dessert.Read More
The 2018 Kingsway Retirement Living Scholarship was awarded to Andrew Hunsader and Noah Hastings. Both are entering the medical field and each received a $1,000 scholarship from Kingsway. An anonymous donor established the scholarship for students entering the health care field. The family’s loved one lived at Kingsway where she received outstanding care. The donor hopes others who enter the health care field carry on the tradition of outstanding care their loved one received at Kingsway.Read More
Hope resident Christina has enjoyed participating in yoga for years. Prior to moving to Hope, she was practicing yoga stretches regularly. Through the Magnifying Abilities program, she was able to pick up her hobby again.
"Yoga allows me to be stronger. It's good for my health, it motivates others to try yoga,” said Christina.