Sherwood Park Nursing Home (Sherwood Park, Alberta, CA)

A 100-bed extended-care center for the aged, owned and operated by the Alberta Conference and formally incorporated under the laws of Alberta as a charitable organization. It is situated on a five-acre (two-hectare) tract of land in the residential subdivision of Sherwood Park, immediately adjacent to the provincial capital of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. On Nov. 27, 1966, the conference committee, meeting at the Edmonton Central church, under the leadership of conference president A. W. Kaytor, voted to build a 100-bed nursing home in the Edmonton area. This culminated previous discussions of such a project that were started under the administration of Philip Moores. President Kaytor advocated establishing a Perpetual Revolving Development Fund to finance the construction. The proposal was ...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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