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FRANKFORT, KY — Residents at the Morning Pointe of Frankfort personal care and Alzheimer’s memory care campus prepared and delivered care packages for the Kentucky Department of Veterans’ Affairs. The seniors were received by former Miss America Heather French Henry, who serves as deputy commissioner for the organization.
Morning Pointe residents enjoy paying it forward, partnering with the greater community to make a difference in the lives of seniors as part of the life enrichment and Meaningful Day(tm) programs.
Photo: Thressa LaFontaine, former Miss America Heather French Henry, Emma Pitcock, Emily Shaw, Maxine Wells, and Alma Montgomery welcome the exchange of care packages made by Morning Pointe of Frankfort campus residents for the Kentucky Department of Veterans’ Affairs.