Virginia Lee, a resident at Morning Pointe of Hixson, viewing the magazine along with Samantha Parker, Community Relations director at Morning Pointe of Hixson. Ms. Parker started the monarch butterfly project at the building, and Ms. Lee has crocheted monarchs celebrating the success of the butterfly garden.
Morning Pointe Senior Living’s premier annual magazine, “Milestones,” is now available to the public.
“We look forward to the unveiling of our ‘Milestones’ magazine each year,” said Greg A. Vital, Morning Pointe co-founder and president. “Our 2023 edition is packed full of inspirational stories from 2022, including a look back at our 25th anniversary as a company dedicated to serving seniors.”
The publication features life stories of residents throughout the company’s Southeast footprint, spotlights on associates, updates on the company and more. Two of the features include Chattanooga-area buildings. One spotlights the career of Michael Sobel, a retired forensic dentist who resides at Morning Pointe of Chattanooga. The other shares about Morning Pointe of Hixson, establishing a monarch butterfly waystation.
Other highlights this year are articles about a former SEC football star in Tuscaloosa, Al.; a delegation from Japan visiting a community in Richmond, Ky.; a food services director who bakes specialty cakes for resident birthdays in Lenoir City, Tn.; a former member of the FBI in Franklin, Tn.; and a feature on the importance of caregivers seeking support, provided by the University of Kentucky Sanders-Brown Center on Aging.
Copies of the magazine are available at each Morning Pointe campus and at its home office at 6020 Arbury Way in Ooltewah. It is also available to read online at https://morningpointe.com/about-us/.