Morning Pointe Senior Living communities in five states across the Southeast will recognize thousands of individuals who have dedicated their time to community service and acts of kindness during National Volunteer Week, which takes place April 23 through April 27.
U.S.S. Greeneville Navy officers spent the day with the residents at Morning Pointe of Greeneville during their tour of the city, which shares its name with the Hawaii-based warship.
The seniors, associates, volunteers and family members, along with partners and nonprofits, come together to help parent company Morning Pointe Senior Living reach its goal of 20,000 hours of volunteerism in 2017.
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.