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Southlake Village Chaplain, Peggy McClain named Professional of the Year

Southlake Village Rehabilitation and Care Center is pleased to announce that Pastor Peggy McClain has been named Profession of the Year by the Lincoln Coalition for Older Adult Health Promotion. This honor is given to one health care professional each year who has made a positive contribution to older adult health promotion in the Lincoln/Lancaster… Read More

Southlake Veterans Honored by Brigadier General Kevin Lyons

On Friday, November 11, 2016 The We Honor Veterans Program and Aseracare Hospice arranged for Brigadier General Kevin Lyons, Nebraska National Guard Commander of the land component force to be at Southlake Village Rehabilitation and Care Center to honor veterans. The ceremony was complete with the singing of the National Anthem and the handing of… Read More

Former Commander, WII Pilot fights back tears on return to Lincoln base

Clarence Christensen Jr. hasn’t been to this place in years. But on Wednesday, a bus carrying the 93-year-old World War II veteran pulled up before the main hangar of the Lincoln Air National Guard Base and let Christensen out to be greeted by Maj. Gen. Daryl Bohac, Nebraska’s adjutant general, and other air guardsmen. “When’s… Read More

Southlake Village Hosts End of Summer Bash

On August 31,2016 over 350 residents, team members and their families came together to celebrate five years of caring at Southlake Village Rehabilitation and Care Center. Party goers enjoyed a fabulous Barbeque Dinner prepared by Chef Andy and the culinary services team. Face painting, carnival games, pictures in the photo booth and Kona Ice were… Read More

Southlake Village Residents Explore the Lincoln Children’s Zoo

On August 23, 2016 Sixteen Southlake Village residents embarked on an exploration of the Lincoln Children’s Zoo. The residents enjoyed the lovely weather, beautiful flowers and amazing animals. The residents had so much fun “talking” to the Gibbon who can be heard throughout the zoo with his songs and calls. Resident, Sheri S. commented on… Read More