teven Pate, musician and guitarist, performed for the residents at Morning Pointe of Louisville.
On May 1, from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., bring your old Derby hat or fascinator and exchange it for a new hat for only $10 at Morning Pointe of Louisville.
A host of special guests from the office of the mayor, local businesses and community members attended the 20th anniversary celebration at Morning Pointe of Louisville to commemorate parent company Morning Pointe Senior Living’s two decades serving seniors and their families throughout the Southeast.
Rev. Ron Loughry from Fern Creek/Highview United Ministries opened Morning Pointe Senior Living’s 20th anniversary celebration with a blessing at Morning Pointe of Louisville.
Morning Pointe of Louisville invites local groups and organizations to share their talents and spend quality time with the residents.
The hearts of the residents at Morning Pointe of Louisville are full of love this February, as the seniors and associates teamed up with local community members to bring the gift of compassion to patients at the Louisville VA Medical Center.