Category: MHCO News

Support MHCO This Giving Tuesday!

Giving Tuesday is a movement that unleashes the power of radical generosity around the world . Join MHCO in support of older adults with your Acts of Kindness and with your support of individuals who have outlived their resources. All gifts of $100+ received during the week of November 30 will be matched 1:1 up… Read more »

Fall 2021 Vine Newsletter Available

The Fall, 2021 Vine Newsletter has been published and is now available!  Click here to read the full newsletter. Highlights include; Reflections of Resilience and Hope A Word from Daren Donor Honor Roll Charitable Giving 2021 MHCO Volunteer Request Financial Position Words of Encouragement and Thanksgiving

MHCO’s Winter Respite Program is Back!

Winter Respite Program

MHCO’s Winter Respite Program is back. You or a loved one can enjoy Assisted Living accommodations all winter long, and forget about the hassle that the cold and snow brings with it. This program is offered as part of our Assisted Living Program at Maple Crest and Hilty Home.  Furnished apartments are available on a… Read more »

MHCO History Book Now Available

Written by Joanne Vercler Niswander and Edited by Laura B. Voth, the first MHCO History Book, “How it came to be…and to Grow” is now available. Those who have already pre-ordered the book can pick up their copy at the front desk of the Mennonite Memorial Home during normal business hours, Monday through Friday. A… Read more »

2021 Concert on the Lawn Cancelled

The difficult decision to cancel this year’s Concert on the Lawn on Sunday was recently made due to a continued increase in COVID-19 cases locally.  While everyone was looking forward to this event, the commitment to our residents and families’ safety is always our priority. As a service to our residents, the Mennonite Memorial Home… Read more »

MHCO History Book Now Available for Pre-Order

  From the author: “Pioneering, no matter the field or century, is not an easy task.  The now-ubiquitous field of adult nursing care was in its infancy after WWII when Ohio Mennonite churches saw a need and answered that call.  Through many early struggles to later challenges, the Bluffton and Pandora communities kept the faith… Read more »

Ohio State of Emergency Lifted – What it Means

Daren Lee, COO

Governor DeWine made a surprise declaration yesterday that Ohio’s State of Emergency would be ended today and added there would be affects to nursing home, assisted living/congregate living communities relative to visitation.  Unfortunately, no guidance was given other than to refer to federal and CDC guidelines for our communities.  Since yesterday, today has become a… Read more »