After living near Pineville, Louisiana for most of their lives, college sweethearts Arlen and Blondell Jowers built a full life for themselves—raising kids, teaching 1st grade for Blondell, Arlen’s work as a civil servant, and collecting and restoring antiques. When retirement rolled around, it was time for some new adventures. They bought an RV and
From anecdotes and experiences to events and innovation, this is where it all comes together. Hear firsthand from our residents and staff and see how their stories paint a picture of Front Porch.
Casa de Mañana staff teams with residents to support employee assistance fund As the old saying goes, one person’s trash is another person’s treasure. Especially when that trash is recycled and used to help people in need. A few years ago, Casa de Mañana Housekeeping Supervisor Juan Martinez and his team noticed an abundance of
Jo began volunteering at the age of 12, during World War II when she manned an airplane lookout tower, alongside her mother. Later, as an adult, she worked with the Future Homemakers of America and also as a Girl Scout leader. More recently she’s been involved with Hope Partners food distribution center, the Lions Club,