SPRING HILL, Tenn. — Morning Pointe of Spring Hill presented local, farm-fresh foods during the Maury County Senior Center’s Healthy Halloween Fair. In addition to healthy activity with line dancing, and a costume contest, Morning Pointe introduced attendees to Morning Pointe’s “Farm to Table” dining services program.
Morning Pointe is proud to partner with local farms across the Southeast to bring farm-fresh fruits and vegetables to the dinner table for its senior living and memory care residents. “Farm to Table” is a part of Morning Pointe’s Purposeful Programming, as favorite foods have been shown to help stimulate memories, recalling positive life experiences.
The assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care community located at 1001 McCutcheon Creek Lane in Spring Hill, will celebrate its holiday grand opening on December 14, and will be participating in the “Farm to Table” program with foods from Delvin Farms.
Photo: Morning Pointe of Spring Hill associates Madeline Hall and Tiffany Lucas presented Morning Pointe’s “Farm to Table” local dining services program during the Healthy Halloween Fair at the Maury County Senior Center.