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Christmas basket project

For the past six years, the management team at Ecumen Meadows has offered assistance at the Nobles County Christmas Basket Project. Residents, staff and many community members donate generously to those less fortunate during this holiday season. This year, 317 families with a total of 1,500 individuals are recipients of the goodwill of community members. A team of volunteers are utilized to make this such a successful endeavor

Best of the Globe

Thank you for voting Ecumen Meadows Best of the Best for Assisted Living.

We are honored to serve you.

Pearl Harbor Globe Article

Area reporter Julie Buntjer engaged Ecumen Meadows residents in their recollections of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Her piece is featured in the Worthington Daily Globe.

We give thanks and honor our residents and their family members who served during this time in military service and in supporting roles. Thanks for sharing your memories.  #seasonofgratitude #ecumenhonors

2017 Lights of Honor

We celebrated, remembered, and honored special individuals who have touched our lives! Visit our Video Gallery to view our 2017 Lights of Honor video.

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Residents express their feelings about living at the Meadows.

Over the past 12 months, Pinnacle Quality Insight has interviewed the residents/families at Ecumen Meadows regarding their satisfaction levels.  Residents/family were asked to evaluate several aspects of Ecumen Meadows.  From the results of these interviews, Pinnacle has awarded Ecumen Meadows Customer Experience Awards in the following service areas:

  1. Communication
  2. Activities
  3. Quality of Food
  4. Transportation Needs
  5. Move-In Process
  6. Recommend to Others

CONGRATULATIONS to Ecumen Meadows Staff! 

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For more information, please call us at 507-372-7838 or click here to request information online.

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