POWELL, Tenn. — At Morning Pointe of Powell, compassion was baked into a delicious green pepper stuffed casserole to be delivered to local shut-ins. The residents at the assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care community enjoyed mixing ingredients with volunteers to make meals while enjoying music therapy by Kim Frasch of Quiet Music Ministry.

It was a Meaningful Day™ at Morning Pointe, as the seniors enjoy projects that allow them to pay it forward as part of the life enrichment program.

Photo: Morning Pointe of Powell residents finished preparing casseroles to be delivered to local shut-ins.

Photo: Will Trent, Morning Pointe of Powell resident, blends the casserole mixture for dishes to be delivered to local shut-ins.