Make Your Mark

Join Morning Pointe Senior Living as we celebrate our 20th anniversary by giving back. Together we will donate 20,000 hours of volunteer work, serving the greater community.

Gather a team of associates, residents or family members and find a community project that inspires you (i.e. adopt a park, bake and take cookies, create baby blankets, volunteer for school projects, etc.).

10 members work one hour = 10 hours of community service

Contact your Morning Pointe Life Enrichment Director about the details of your project or find out how you can get involved and “Make Your Mark”.

Share your photos on the Morning Pointe “Make Your Mark”  Memory wall.

Morning Pointe Senior Living Celebrates 20 Years

Hours of Service

HOURS COMPLETED

MEMORIES

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Morning Pointe, Zaxby’s Raise Money with Meals for Alzheimer’s Association

Morning Pointe of Lexington-East (KY) residents and associates teamed up with the local Zaxby’s to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association.

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Morning Pointe Residents, Cancer Survivors Make Strides at Relay for Life

Morning Pointe of Franklin (IN) residents and associates attended the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life event along with other local sponsors at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.

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Morning Pointe Cooks Up Kindness at Ronald McDonald House

Morning Pointe of Collegedale at Greenbriar Cove (TN) sponsored a meal for the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

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Morning Pointe Makes Cards for Memorial Hospital Cancer Patients

Morning Pointe of Hixson (TN) residents were getting creative while showing cancer patients that they care.

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Morning Pointe Crafts Cards to Thank GCPD Officers

Morning Pointe of Calhoun (GA) residents gathered around the craft table to make greeting cards for the Gordon County Police Department officers.

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Morning Pointe Seniors Bake Cookies to Benefit Local Youth

Morning Pointe of Lexington, KY residents and associates enjoyed teaming up on some tasty treats for Arbor Youth Services, a Lexington-based agency that provides services for at-risk youth.

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Morning Pointe Takes Meals on the Go to Seniors in Need

Morning Pointe of Powell, TN residents are proud to prepare plates for those in need. The assisted living and memory care community is participating in Mobile Meals, a Meals on Wheels program serving the elderly, shut in and frail across Knox County.

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Morning Pointe Delivers Kindness on “National Red Rose Day”

Kindness was in bloom for the residents at Morning Pointe of Frankfort, KY and The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, who delivered vases of red roses to four local banks on National Red Rose Day.

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Morning Pointe Hosts American Red Cross Blood Drive

Morning Pointe of Brentwood, TN residents and associates teamed up to give the gift of life to those in need in partnership with the American Red Cross.

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Morning Pointe Seniors Keep Community Clean

Morning Pointe of Powell, TN residents Pat Sparks and Mary Holderbaum “made their mark” by participating in a trash cleanup.

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Morning Pointe, Community Partners Deliver 100 Care Packages to Grace NOW

The homeless were on the minds of Morning Pointe of Richmond, KY residents, who came together to collect personal care items, assembling care packages for people in need.

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Morning Pointe Makes Treats for Maury County Animal Shelter

Norma Knox and Bobbie Smelser, Morning Pointe of Columbia, TN residents, visit the Maury County Animal Shelter to deliver their handmade toys and treats.

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Morning Pointe Seniors Celebrate “Red Nose Day”

The residents at Morning Pointe of Frankfort, KY enjoyed getting silly while supporting Red Nose Day.

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Morning Pointe Delivers Cookies to First Responders

Morning Pointe of Brentwood, TN residents and associates dropped off baked goods to thank the first responders at Brentwood Fire Station No. 2.

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Morning Pointe Seniors Celebrate “Red Nose Day”

Maggie Devaney, Lantern program director, Dottie Pence, resident at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Lenoir City, TN, and Darlene Pope, LPN, celebrate Red Nose Day at the memory care community.

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Morning Pointe Residents Pot Plants for Gordon County Hospital

Julie Moore, Sue Moyer and Patricia Glasser, Morning Pointe of Calhoun, GA residents, deliver potted flowers to Theresa Smith, Gordon County Hospital nurse.

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Morning Pointe Brings Blooms to Local Patients

Kindness is in full bloom this spring at Morning Pointe of Russell, as the senior living and memory care residents prepared flower arrangements, delivering them to local nursing homes and doctors’ offices.

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Morning Pointe Recognizes National Volunteer Week

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (April 26, 2017) – Morning Pointe Senior Living and The Lantern at Morning Pointe memory care campuses in Chattanooga, Collegedale and Hixson acknowledged nearly 200 volunteers during a National Volunteer Week luncheon at Morning Pointe of...
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Morning Pointe Fills Easter Baskets with Love

The residents and associates at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Lexington paid it forward this Easter, assembling Easter baskets to be donated to NECCO, a local foster care agency.

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Morning Pointe Brings Easter to Riley’s Hospital for Children

Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis is known for helping kids in need across the nation, and Morning Pointe of Franklin (IN) residents wanted to help do their part to bring the joy of Easter to the children.

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Morning Pointe Pays it Forward on National Librarian Week

In celebration of National Librarian’s Week, the residents at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Frankfort (KY), put together special goodie bags for the librarians at Bondurant Middle School, Bridgeport Elementary School and Western Hills High School.

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Morning Pointe Seniors, Students Stuff Easter Eggs for Stewart School

Morning Pointe of Frankfort residents and students from Anderson County Middle School and Franklin County High School teamed up to stuff Easter eggs and decorate baskets for the students at Stewart Home School.

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Morning Pointe Pots Plants to Pay it Forward

Sally White and Sue Moyer, Morning Pointe of Calhoun (GA) residents, enjoyed making potted flower arrangements for the patients at Floyd Medical Center in Rome, GA.

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Morning Pointe Seniors Send Sweets for Service

The residents at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Lexington (KY), visited The Nest Center for Women, Children and Families, delivering brownies and goodie bags full of toys for the children to enjoy.

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Morning Pointe Seniors Stitch up Gifts for Newborns

Local newborns got a welcoming gift, thanks to the residents at Morning Pointe of Lexington (KY), who made baby hats for the babies at the University of Kentucky hospital.

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Morning Pointe Director Serves Seniors and Students

Kara Ball is the executive director at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Frankfort (KY). But when she isn’t serving the seniors at the memory care community, she is helping make an impact in the lives of a different demographic.

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Morning Pointe Donates “Kibble Bags” and Blankets to Breeds in Need

Area strays are getting lots of love at the Kentucky Humane Society, receiving tie dog blankets and treat bags from the residents at Morning Pointe of Louisville (KY).

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Morning Pointe Fills “Empty Bowls” with Love During 20th Annual Fundraiser

Morning Pointe of Richmond (KY) residents are paying it forward one spoonful at a time as part of the Madison County Empty Bowls Project — now in its 20th year. The volunteer effort involves assembling and organizing canned goods to help prepare a soup for a fundraiser event at First Baptist Church.

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Morning Pointe Seniors Send Healthy Snacks to Police Department

Nearly 100 gift bags filled with healthy snacks went to the Maury County Police Department, thanks to the residents at Morning Pointe of Columbia, who wanted to show their appreciation to Columbia’s finest.

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Morning Pointe Seniors Send Greeting Cards to Comfort Teen with Leukemia

A local 16-year-old battling Leukemia celebrated Sweet Sixteen with more than 40 handmade greeting cards from the residents at Morning Pointe of Lexington-East — each with words of affirmation and compassion as he battles with his condition.

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Morning Pointe Residents “Pay it Forward” at Pal’s

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.

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Morning Pointe Senior Scrubs up Strays at Humane Society

Morning Pointe of Danville resident Dennis McHugh has no problem getting his hands dirty, especially when it has anything to do with furry and four-legged friends at the Danville Boyle County Humane Society.

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Morning Pointe Delivers Treats to Teachers at W.L. Swain Elementary

Morning Pointe of Calhoun residents stuffed goody bags and delivered them to the teachers at W. L. Swain Elementary, thanking them for their excellent work with local students.

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Morning Pointe Bake Biscuits to Benefit Humane Society

Mary Loy, Morning Pointe of Lexington resident, and Alyce Kiser, volunteer, prepare to bake a batch of dog biscuits.

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Morning Pointe Collects Soup Cans for a Cause

Morning Pointe of Tuscaloosa residents have made a commitment to serving others one spoonful at a time.

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Morning Pointe, Salvation Army “Spring” into Service

The program — called “Flowers of Hope” — is a monthly outreach project launched by the Salvation Army. Morning Pointe residents look forward to partnering with the non-profit organization to deliver flowers in exchange for smiles.

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Morning Pointe Donates Handcrafted Gifts to Partnership for Families

Morning Pointe of Chattanooga at Shallowford residents brought cheer to local women and children one bead and stitch at at time.

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Morning Pointe Celebrates 20th Anniversary in Calhoun

Calhoun Mayor Jim Palmer presented an official proclamation to Morning Pointe of Calhoun read by Sheriff Mitch Ralston to commemorate Morning Pointe Senior Living’s 20th anniversary serving seniors across the Southeast.

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Morning Pointe Receives 20th Anniversary Blessing

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.

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Morning Pointe, Girl Scouts Make Mark for Military

Morning Pointe of Lexington residents teamed up with Girl Scout troops #7088 and 2251 to make Valentine’s day greeting cards for the men and women in the U.S. Armed Forces.

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Morning Pointe Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Residents, families, associates and other very special guests shared heartfelt words during 20th Anniversary Celebration at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Lenoir City. The festivities were in honor of parent company Morning Pointe Senior Living’s 20 years serving seniors and families across the Southeast.

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Morning Pointe Seniors Show Love to Shriner’s Hospital

Residents at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Lexington teamed up to make homemade valentines for the children at Shriner’s Children’s Hospital.

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Morning Pointe Delivers Cookies to Nurses

Morning Pointe of Lexington-East residents visited St. Joe Hospital to spend time with the ICU nurses, bringing a tray of sweet treats for the clinical team to enjoy.

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Morning Pointe Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Music

Residents, families, associates and other very special guests shared heartfelt words during 20th Anniversary Celebration at Morning Pointe of Powell.

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Morning Pointe 20th Anniversary Celebrated with Classic Cookie Favorites

Girl Scout Troop #2491 brought boxes of their famous cookies during Morning Pointe of Franklin’s 20th anniversary celebration in honor of parent company Morning Pointe Senior Living.

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Harmon Hosts Morning Pointe’s 20th Anniversary Celebration

Haley Harmon, from Lex18, and other familiar faces came together at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Frankfort to celebrate parent company Morning Pointe Senior Living’s 20th anniversary.

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Morning Pointe ‘Makes Mark’ at Maury County Animal Shelter

As part of the life enrichment program, Morning Pointe is partnering with local organizations to pay it forward, and giving residents the opportunity to put their lifelong talents and crafts to use for the greater good as part of a yearlong community service campaign.

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Morning Pointe Residents, Families Make Blankets for Franklin Co. Humane Society

The residents, family members and volunteers at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Frankfort, weaved the gift of warmth, making no-sew blankets for the Frankfort County Humane Society.

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Morning Pointe ‘Makes Mark’ During Parent Company’s 20th Anniversary Celebration

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.

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Morning Pointe Pays it Forward with Newspaper for Humane Society

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure — a true statement for Morning Pointe of Franklin residents who scoured their community high and low for old newspapers, giving the retired publications new life for good.

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