Karlita Sloter retiring from Maple Lawn

Staff Writer
Woodford Times
Karlita Sloter is retiring from the Communities of Maple Lawn.

The Communities of Maple Lawn announces the retirement of 25 year employee, Karlita Sloter, health center activity director.

An open house honoring Sloter will be held 1 to 5 p.m. Nov. 19 from in Maple Lawn’s Memorial Hall.  

The public is invited.

Sloter has been instrumental in expanding Maple Lawn’s intergenerational program with Noah’s Ark Children’s Center, Eureka Davenport Grade School and with local supporting churches.  

The intergenerational program brings life enrichment and socialization activities to the residents of the Maple Lawn Health Center.

In 2007 Sloter received the prestigious Illinois Activity Professionals Association Dorene Award.  

Annually IAPA awards an activity professional who contributes in an outstanding way to the life enrichment of elderly living in long-term care facilities.