Longtime Morning Pointe of Brentwood (TN) volunteer Jim Sybert displays his collection of Native American rock paintings from North Carolina for the residents assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care community.
Come join us for a book signing with author and Pastor of Brentwood Baptist Church, Mike Glenn.
Morning Pointe of Brentwood (TN) executive director Brad Hamilton, The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Franklin (TN) executive director and program director Ashley Briggs, and Morning Pointe of Columbia (TN) executive director Tyler Sneed prepare to tee off at the Brentwood Rotary Club’s annual Golf Classic.
Morning Pointe of Brentwood (TN) residents Peggy Overbey and David Hunsucker (seated, second from right and far right) bid farewell to a group of students from Brentwood United Methodist’s Youth Outreach Program after a week of fun and fellowship.
In honor of Father’s Day, Morning Pointe of Brentwood (TN) hosted a men’s breakfast and car show. Residents of the assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care community and visitors alike enjoyed listening to muscle car enthusiast Greg Callahan, son-in-law Morning Pointe resident Christel David, share photos and stories of his experiences restoring muscle cars.
Girl Scouts from Troop 1719 show off some of the replanted succulents that they gifted to the residents Morning Pointe of Brentwood (TN).