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Morning Pointe of Spring Hill (TN) volunteer Tina Donmoyer and resident Karen Fryman display one of the cakes donated by local bakeries for the cakewalk at Morning Pointe’s second annual Hoedown on the Hill. The assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care community hosted residents, friends, and the people of Spring Hill for an afternoon of fun complete with a petting zoo, carnival games, bounce houses, a cakewalk, music, ribs, hot dogs, cotton candy, snow cones, and much more. “It was such a fun fall day, and it would not have been possible without all of our wonderful volunteers,” says Morning Pointe life enrichment director Emily Gleaves. “A very special thanks goes out to the bakeries that donated cakes for the cakewalk, the group from Rolling Hills Church that helped operate the carnival games and serve food, and all of our regular volunteers and family members who helped make this event a success. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you so much!”