Morning Pointe Thanks Firefighters On Patriot Day

Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Morning Pointe of Chattanooga – Shallowford resident Sarah Stanely thanks a local firefighter for his service on Patriot Day
Morning Pointe of Chattanooga – Shallowford resident Sarah Stanely thanks a local firefighter for his service on Patriot Day

In honor of Patriot Day, the residents of Morning Pointe of Chattanooga – Shallowford visited Hamilton County Fire Department Stations 21 and 8—the stations that serve Morning Pointe of Chattanooga and The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Chattanooga—to thank the men and women there for keeping them safe.

"Upon arrival at the stations, the residents of the assisted living community presented the firefighters with a plethora of goodies from Chick-fil-A and Dunkin’ Donuts. Exchanges full of smiles, hugs and laughter followed. The firefighters were just as grateful for the Morning Pointe residents’ thoughtful gesture as the residents were for the firefighters’ dedication to their community," officials said.


 
“Thank you to all our servicemen and [service]women,” said Holly Holcomb, the life enrichment director at Morning Pointe of Chattanooga – Shallowford.


Morning Pointe of Chattanooga – Shallowford residents, from left to right, Sarah Stanely, Ruth Carmichael, and Maxine Spector present local firefighters with a number of breakfast goodies in honor of Patriot Day
Morning Pointe of Chattanooga – Shallowford residents, from left to right, Sarah Stanely, Ruth Carmichael, and Maxine Spector present local firefighters with a number of breakfast goodies in honor of Patriot Day


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