GREENEVILLE, Tenn. – More than a hundred guests were revved up for the second annual “Ride to Remember” Memory Motorcycle Ride at Morning Pointe of Greeneville. The assisted living community raised $1,600 to benefit Alzheimer’s Tennessee, thanks to more than 70 motorcyclists who participated in a scenic ride to Old Oak Taproom in Tusculum.
“Our residents had a great time reminiscing on the good old days of riding Harley’s themselves,” says Amanda Hurley, life enrichment director at Morning Pointe. “This event was a wonderful way to raise funds and awareness for Alzheimer’s disease, which touches so many of our friends and neighbors.”
Morning Pointe partners with local organizations, businesses, and nonprofits to advance the care of seniors and their families as part of the life enrichment program.
Photo: More than 70 motorcyclists attended the second annual “Ride to Remember” Memory Motorcycle Ride at Morning Pointe of Greeneville.