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– In a local ceremony today, Immanuel Lutheran Communities of Kalispell celebrated Jim Pettis’ achievement as Volunteer of the Year awarded to him by The Montana Health Care Association. Pettis was awarded Volunteer of the Year award at MHCA’s annual awards banquet during their convention in Bozeman. The award is one of the association’s 2018 …
There are signs pointing to another solid year of commercial and residential development in the city in 2018. It might be hard to hit $100 million again, however, as the last two years were buoyed by large medical projects, including a $43 million multi-phase expansion at Immanuel Lutheran Communities and $65 million in construction at …
With a multi-phase expansion in the works, the organization has its eyes on the future as Montanans continue to live longer. See full story here. BY MOLLY PRIDDY // SEP 19, 2017
Immanuel Lutheran Communities’ new assisted-living memory support community. Click on the image to see the article in The Daily Interlake.
CHICAGO, IL – MAY 18, 2017 – Ziegler, a specialty investment bank, is pleased to announce the successful closing of the $65,380,000 tax-exempt, fixed-rate Series 2017 financing for the Immanuel Lutheran Corporation. Immanuel Lutheran Corporation of Kalispell, Montana (the Corporation), is a Montana not-for-profit corporation and an organization described under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal …
The “gap” between reimbursement paid by Medicaid and the cost to deliver services is growing, and as Montana’s population continues to age at the highest percentage rate in the country, we will soon have a crisis on our hands. Read full story here.
Montana State Fund’s CEO and President, Laurence Hubbard, presented a $93,090 dividend check to Immanuel Lutheran Corp on Friday morning. Read the full story here.
Immanuel Lutheran Chief Executive Officer Jason Cronk outlined the senior living facility’s $12 million in current projects on Tuesday during the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon. Read the full story here.
Immanuel Lutheran Communities has received a $6,000 grant from the William and Blanche Hetzel Foundation to launch a therapeutic Music and Memory Program for its residents. Read the full story here.