Morning Pointe’s life enrichment program is filled with creative activities day after day, as the seniors and staff embrace nostalgic fun, and never missing a moment to make new memories.
Several pounds of love were delivered to the Greeneville Humane Society, as Morning Pointe of Greeneville donated bags of dog and cat food to the shelter puppies and kittens.
Morning Pointe invites local churches and schools to be a part of their community service projects as part of the life enrichment program.
Community partners, local organizations, friends and family members at Morning Pointe of Greeneville came together to honor parent company Morning Pointe Senior Living’s 20 years serving seniors across the Southeast.
Pet therapy is embraced at Morning Pointe, as the residents meet animals of all kinds from pet owners and shelters, exchanging cuddles and comfort from cats and canines alike as part of the life enrichment program.
Through intergenerational programming, Morning Pointe invites kids of all ages from local schools and churches to participate in enriching activities that all ages can enjoy.