CLINTON, Tenn. — Guests dared to travel the hallowed halls at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Clinton in search for sweets and spooky stories.
Guests of all ages weren’t afraid to visit the seniors at the 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 Meaningful Day(tm) program.
Photo: Kids weren’t afraid to visit the seniors at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Clinton who greeted the children with treats, creepy ghost tales and intergenerational fun.
Photo 2: Ethel Crawford handing out Candy to trick or treaters.
Photo 8: Marjorie Ertle and Margaret Morton are ahead of the line for the trick or treaters.
Photo 9: Susan and Burt Bicksler the Two for the Road Singers give a spooktacular performance.
Photo 11: Opal Walker, resident ambassador, pausing for a photo in between giving out candy.