Facebook Pixel

Morning Pointe of Chattanooga at Shallowford (TN) residents Jan Tuller, Dee Sherrer, Joann Edwards, volunteer Marina Ghani, Agnes Smith, Sarah Stanley, and Nancy Scruggs proudly display the “ghost goodies” that they made for the trick-or-treaters who will visit them on Friday. Each year, the assisted living community hosts a trick-or-treating event for local children. Residents prepared about 100 ghosts by wrapping Tootsie Pops in Kleenex and tying them off with a ribbon. “We are so excited to see all of the trick-or-treaters who will come to visit us on Friday!” says Morning Pointe life enrichment director Holly Holcomb. “We want to invite children and parents in the area to stop by on October 25 any time between 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. to trick-or-treat in our halls and then join us in the activity room for plenty of fun and refreshments. Everyone is welcome!”