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Dylan Patterson (left), son of Morning Pointe of Calhoun (GA) associate Robin Patterson (right) shares a hug with his mother as they celebrate the back-to-school season. The assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care community partnered with Homespun Hospice, Kindred Hospice, Tapestry Hospice, and Affinity Hospice to host a back-to-school shopping event for associates with school-aged children. Helmed by Morning Pointe Lantern program director Mary Braden and director of nursing Beverly Shaw, the event featured a selection of donated school supplies for associates’ children to choose from and a cake for everyone to enjoy. “We were moved to do this for our associates because we know how hard they work in order to provide for their families, and we wanted to help offset some of the expense of going back to school,” says life enrichment director Keisha Cox. “We are so, so grateful to everyone who donated school supplies in order to help us support our associates. Truly, we are better together!”
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