LOUISVILLE, KY — Residents and associates at The Lamplight at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Louisville were tuned in to a piano dedication ceremony at the early memory care community.

Bernie Nash, resident at The Lantern at Morning Pointe of Louisville and 70-year pianist, performed classic favorites to commemorate the new piano while honoring the community’s grand opening.

“The residents are really excited about having the new piano,” says Chet Mitchell, program director at The Lamplight at Morning Pointe. “They are looking forward to being entertained by many more sing-a-longs to come.”

Morning Pointe never misses a moment to celebrate seniors and their unique interests as part of the Meaningful Day™ program.

Photo: Marie Wolfe, Seth Hixon, Bernie Nash, 70-year pianist, and Shelia Blankenship, celebrated a piano dedication ceremony at the new Lamplight at Mroning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence.