As the winter weather grows ever colder, students from Woodlawn Elementary have partnered with the residents of Morning Pointe of Danville (KY) to lend a hand to those in need—quite literally.
When Morning Pointe of Danville (KY) Life Enrichment Director Nicole Walton told the personal care and Alzheimer’s memory care community’s residents that she would be embarking on a church mission trip to Haiti, the residents expressed a desire to help her serve and minister to the Haitian people.
The weather outside may have been cold and chilly, but the students of Danville Christian Academy and residents of Morning Pointe of Danville (KY) stayed warm and cozy indoors, watching A Christmas Carol together in the personal care community’s activities room.
Volunteer Heidi Crutchfield shows the residents of Morning Pointe of Danville (KY) how to make apple butter, assisted by her longtime friend and Morning Pointe resident, Polly Hanks. Crutchfield made enough apple butter for each resident in attendance to have a jar!
Although October has just begun, the residents of Morning Pointe of Danville (KY) are already hard at work preparing for all of the trick-or-treaters who will visit the senior living community on Halloween night.
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