Join us for a presentation on managing diabetes and diabetic diets over the holidays by Registered Dietician Kathryn Mock, MBA, RD., in the Buffalo Hill Terrace Auditorium, 40 Claremont St., Kalispell, MT, on Friday, December 3rd from 11:30am-12:00pm. Bring your questions. No Admission Fee.

KGEZ Podcast Interview

John Hendricks interviewed Immanuel Lutheran Communities’ Registered Dietician Kathryn Mock, MBA, RD, about managing diabetes. They discussed keeping a wellness focus over the holidays.

John Hendricks interviewed Executive Chef Andrew Nelson about plans for celebrating the holidays at Immanuel Lutheran Communities. They also discussed gluten-free dining and special diets.

John Hendricks interviewed Heidi Hickethier, the Director of Immanuel Foundation, about the November 18th UnGala Event.

Join us on Thursday, November 11th, 2021, at 1:30 pm, for a special musical performance by Wai Mizutani and Guest Performers in the Buffalo Hill Terrace Auditorium.

Honored for his violin performances in Carnegie Hall and Avery Fisher Hall, Mizutani has performed as a member of the Hong Kong Philharmonic, the New York Philharmonic, and the Vancouver Symphony. As a soloist, he has performed for orchestras around the world.

John Hendricks interviewed Chief Operating Officer (COO), Carla Wilton, about the latest news from Immanuel Lutheran Communities.

The Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group is meeting on November 15th, from 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM, at Buffalo Hill Terrace, 40 Claremont St, Kalispell, Montana, 59901.

John Hendricks interviewed Rebecca Timis, Human Resources Director, about the great employment opportunities at Immanuel Lutheran Communities.

John Hendricks interviewed Noea Higgins, Plant and Maintenance Supervisor about construction of The Cottages at Buffalo Hill. Noea also shared preventative home maintenance ideas and tips for winterization.

Immanuel Lutheran Communities is proud to announce that the City of Kalispell has bestowed an Architectural Design Award on the Cottages at Buffalo Hill residential project, along with its architect MMW Architects and contractor Davidson Construction.

One feature setting the Cottage design apart is that the homes “very inviting and livable outdoor spaces, with shade and shelter from the weather,” said Julia Pierrottet, committee chair.

Each of the independent-living patio homes includes a covered front porch and fenced front yard, with a view of the golf course. The cottages offer modern design features and easy access, with no stairs to climb to enter either the front door or attached garage.

Pierrottet praised how the homes’ “good-sized windows” and how each displays a unique look and layout, while the full project maintains a cohesive look by using similar materials and paint colors. The Cottages also fit their surroundings, she said. “They’re an excellent fit for the adjacent residential neighborhood.”

The Cottages were one of two local projects the Kalispell Architectural Review Committee chose for special recognition. The committee began the award program in 2010 to “acknowledge quality development in the community … encouraging originality and innovation to protect and enhance the city’s character and appeal.”

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