Ben Stiefel has been named the Executive Director for Morning Pointe of Hardin Valley, an assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care community under construction at 2449 Reagan Road just off Pellissippi Parkway in west Knoxville.
Morning Pointe Senior Living is ushering in the fall season with a month-long festival aptly coined ‘Pumpkin Palooza’ to include events, games, and food! As is typical in the fall months, there are many harvest-related festivals across the Southeast that invoke the changing of seasons.
Frank Waters, a resident at Morning Pointe of Louisville and U.S. Army veteran, was recently honored with an opportunity to fly in a biplane with an organization called Dream Flight. Frank served in the 669th Field Artillery Battalion in Asiatic-Pacific Theater as a Gun Crewman for medium artillery 1944 to 1946, supervising the handling and storing of ammunition.
Morning Pointe Senior Living communities are nearing the end of a company-wide virtual summer cornhole tournament, and Morning Pointe of Chattanooga is leading the way with eight wins and only one loss!
On October 12, 2021, ten talented senior adults will get the chance to shine as part of the 3rd Annual Morning Pointe “Seniors Got Talent, Franklin” showcase produced by the Morning Pointe Foundation in conjunction with Morning Pointe Senior Living at the Franklin Theatre.
Morning Pointe of Powell will add a brand new Alzheimer’s memory care building to its campus. Construction is scheduled to be completed in early 2022.
Morning Pointe of Hardin Valley, a new senior living campus under construction in northwest Knoxville offering assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care, is 60% complete with an expected opening date of January 2022.
The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Chattanooga, experienced a ‘soft’ opening recently—much to the delight of residents and their families alike.
The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Chattanooga, celebrated its official Grand Re-Opening on Thursday, July 29, signaling a complete comeback for the Morning Pointe campus after being devastated in the Easter 2020 EF3 tornado.
The Morning Pointe Foundation has added Cleveland State Community College as its tenth community college partner as it works to provide scholarship support for more nursing students in the Bradley, Meigs, McMinn, Monroe, and Polk County region.
Morning Pointe Senior Living recently donated a ten-passenger van to Skyuka Hall, an alternative learning community in the greater Chattanooga area, to provide the school with transportation after their current bus was vandalized and the catalytic converter was stolen.
The Morning Pointe Foundation, together with certified estate planning specialists and attorneys Martin Pierce and John Huisman of the law firm Pierce & Huisman, PLLC, will present “Virtual Retirement Planning,” a live, virtual Caregiver Café seminar in collaboration with Morning Pointe Senior Living about planning for retirement in the later stages of life.