Pictures from a former Jennie
C. Benedict Memorial Luncheon
The Home was completed July 1, 1965, at a cost of $350,000.00 and is fully paid for. This is a Georgia Colonial U-shaped home with 36 single rooms all with a private bath and a beautiful apartment on the second floor for the staff which includes a bedroom for an overnight guest. A home-like atmosphere is enjoyed by residents with a large parlor and a beautiful dining room. There is also a laundry room equipped with washers and dryers. This is a personal care home, debt free, owned, managed and operated by the four Circles of The King’s Daughters and Sons in the Ashland area.
The King’s Daughters Apartments in Frankfort were completed in June, 1981. In 1974, the old hospital was closed and later completely renovated into 81 apartments for the elderly. The building is complete with a large dining area, a small delicatessen, and several lounges. There is a Special Services Department for resident activities, and a van provided for resident transportation. The Silent Workers Circle in Frankfort owns, maintains, and manages this facility.