The memory care community has united in honor of Red Nose Day on May 23, a campaign that seeks to raise funds in support of children living in poverty.
Have a new or slightly used brand name bag or wallet to donate?
“We’re anticipating the arrival of the giraffes in October!” Nelson says.
Grace Academy students Katie Houck, Abigail Smith, Noah Brian, Wesley Blandon, Ross Adams, and Connor Ferrel work hard and have fun at Morning Pointe of Chattanooga – Shallowford (TN).
The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Chattanooga (TN) resident Barbara Stewart and Lantern program director Danielle Nelson give a little love to Chattanooga Lookouts mascot Looie at a recent home game
“Since its inception here at The Lantern in Chattanooga, Morning Pointe residents from all over the Tennessee Valley have wholeheartedly embraced the spirit of teamwork and active living embodied by the cornhole tournament,” says executive director Alisha Landes.