Morning Pointe Of Hixson Celebrates National Volunteer Week

Friday, April 11, 2014
Holly Holcomb and Aldo Anchetta, Morning Pointe Associates
Holly Holcomb and Aldo Anchetta, Morning Pointe Associates
- photo by Amy Clarke

Morning Pointe of Hixson celebrates National Volunteer Week with a special brunch honoring all of its dedicated volunteers.  

There were games, door prizes and everyone was treated to a special performance by the Morning Pointe Variety Show. It included a skit, a poem reading and a karaoke/dance routine put on by the residents.

Before saying goodbye, everyone received a special Morning Pointe T-shirt.


Karaoke dance routine performed by Liz Morton, Rolena Ingram and Mary Fulghum
Karaoke dance routine performed by Liz Morton, Rolena Ingram and Mary Fulghum
- Photo2 by Amy Clarke


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