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LOUISVILLE, KY — Guests dared to travel the hallowed halls at The Lamplight at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Louisville in search for sweets and spooky stories on Halloween.

The festivities kicked off with the “Monster March” with residents parading around the hallways to the tune of the “Addams Family” theme song.

Morning Pointe assoicates were encouraged to wear their best costume, and front desk receptionist Lisa Hale won for her impersonation of “Boy George”.

Visitors ages weren’t afraid to enjoy the festivities with the seniors and associates at the early memory care community, who greeted the visitors with intergenerational activities, carnival games and family fun.

Morning Pointe invites the community to celebrate holidays with the residents as part of the Meaningful Day(tm) program.

Photo: Locals weren’t afraid to visit the seniors at The Lamplight at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Louisville, who greeted guests of all ages with creepy costumes, ghost tales, treats and fun intergenerational activities.