What’s Happening at Sayre

Improved Quality of Life at Sayre

Living at Sayre Can you believe that a woman who could not walk would move to a nursing home and would be back on her feet again in less than a year? That’s exactly the story that Sayre Christian Village Healthcare Center resident Frances Sharfe and her family have to tell. Many expect their loves…
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Volunteer Spotlight | The Flower Lady

Volunteering at Sayre Post Retirement When Ann Ham retired back in 1993, she wasn’t sure what she was going to do with her time other than oversee the construction of building her new home.  However, by 1995 her home was completed and she was looking for a new project. She found it when she began…
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Pearl’s Memory Babies Innovation Award

Activities Director Recognizes a Need Sarah Davis, Activities Director for the Reflection of Life Community at Sayre Christian Village, has a strong connection with her residents with dementia and was recently recognized by LeadingAge Kentucky for her dedication.  She was awarded the 2019 Outstanding Service Award for Innovation for her work with the groundbreaking nonprofit…
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Maintenance Goes the Extra Mile

Service to Sayre There is no one more deserving of the LeadingAge Kentucky Supportive Services Award than Zoe Peacock, Maintenance Technician at Sayre Christian Village and we are thrilled to nominate her.  While Zoe is a very shy and soft-spoken individual, she is one of the most results-driven and dedicated employees on our campus. From…
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Kentucky Colonels Award Grant to Sayre Christian Village

Lexington, KY – Sayre Christian Village is proud to announce it received a grant from the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels (HOKC) to purchase furniture for the Sayre Healthcare Center. Sayre Christian Village is a continuing care retirement community that serves older adults providing skilled nursing care, independent and assisted living, and rehabilitation services. HOKC…
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