Morning Pointe Attends United Methodist Church Back To School Bash

Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Left to right:  Novella Bishop, Martha Lawson, Emma Johnson, Barbara Harris, Evelyn Delaney
Left to right: Novella Bishop, Martha Lawson, Emma Johnson, Barbara Harris, Evelyn Delaney

The residents at Morning Pointe Alzheimer's Center of Excellence in Collegedale, helped Harrison United Methodist Church prepare all sorts of goodies for their "Back To School Bash". The residents got together at the Memory Care Community and put together several items to bring to the celebration. Then, the seniors attended the event and helped served all area families with food, games, rides, inflatables and fun to kick of the new school year.




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Roy Exum: One Nameless Ghost

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