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As part of the life enrichment program, the senior living and memory care communities take part in activities to raise funds and awareness for important issues.

LEXINGTON, KY — Meals mattered to Morning Pointe Senior Living associates and volunteers in Lexington, as the three senior living and memory care communities got cooking for a cause.

For the fourth year in a row, Morning Pointe’s “Chili for a Cause” filled cups of chili and stacked sandwiches, raising more than $2,400 for the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Kentucky and Southern Indiana.

Keystone Financial Group purchased 100 lunches, donating them to the Lexington Police Department and The Nest Center for Women & Children.

As part of Morning Pointe’s life enrichment and Meaningful Day™ program, the senior living and memory care communities take part in activities to raise funds and awareness for important issues.

Photo: (left to right) Liz Chappell, executive director at Morning Pointe of Lexington-East, Heather Larrabee, executive director at The Lantern at Morning Pointe of Lexington, Josh Poe, maintenance director at Morning Pointe of Lexington, Kristi Peters, executive director at Morning Pointe of Lexington, Angie Dunn, resident services director at Morning Pointe of Lexington, and Deidre Lambeth, business office manager at The Lantern at Morning Pointe of Lexington.