Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett attended the Veterans Day luncheon at Morning Pointe of Powell (TN), speaking to residents and their families and thanking them for their service.
Morning Pointe Salutes its Veterans
A group of veterans residing at Morning Pointe of Powell had the opportunity to remember and reflect at the Wall That Heals — a replica of the Vietnam Wall in Washington D.C.
Girl Scout troops dared to travel the hallowed halls at Morning Pointe of Powell (TN). The “ghouls” weren’t afraid to visit the seniors at the assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care community, who greeted the children in their spookiest, creepiest disguises.
Our communities offer individual care plans along with farm fresh, restaurant-style dining, a full life enrichment calendar and on-site physical, speech and occupational therapy.
If you’re a veteran, we want to thank you for your service with a luncheon in your honor. All veterans are welcome to join us for a FREE event, featuring patriotic music, door prizes, lunch and more at Morning Pointe of Powell (TN).