COLUMBIA, Tenn. — Guests dared to travel the hallowed halls at Morning Pointe of Columbia in search for sweets and spooky stories. Kids of all ages weren’t afraid to visit the seniors at the assisted living/senior living and Alzheimer’s memory care community, who greeted the children with creepy ghost tales, treats and fun intergenerational activities.
Morning Pointe invites the community to celebrate holidays with the residents as part of the life enrichment and Meaningful Day™ programs.
Photo: Kids weren’t afraid to visit the seniors at Morning Pointe of Columbia who greeted the children with creepy ghost tales and intergenerational fun. Ewell and Imogene Harris, Morning Pointe of Columbia residents dress as Mexican banditos. Catie Barger served Sno Cones at the Fall Festival.