CoBank donates $2,500 for Skilled Care Health Center at Newton Village
Newton Village — an independent living, assisted living, and memory care facility — has received a donation of $2,500 from CoBank on behalf of Jim Magnuson, a member of the cooperative’s board of directors. The money will be used to help support construction of a new Skilled Care Health Center.
CoBank’s gift to Newton Village’s “Building for the Future” campaign will help finance the $3.85 million center, which will provide current and future residents with a level of care that is not now available on the campus. The health center will include 24 private or semi-private rooms, an activity room, spa/hydrotherapy area, dining room and chapel.
“Currently, a tenant who needs skilled care has to move to another facility, and that kind of change can be difficult, especially for married couples,” said Gary Shebeck, administrator of Newton Village. “We greatly appreciate CoBank’s gift, which will help us reach our financing goals for the center and allow us to provide continued, quality care to our residents who need round-the-clock assistance.”
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