CALHOUN, GA — Morning Pointe of Calhoun residents wrapped their brains around puzzles. But one particular project was so well liked, they decided to frame it and donate it to the Gordon County Library to put on permanent display.
The seniors at the assisted living and memory care community enjoy puzzlemaking so much so, that their recent gift to the library inspired them to put together a Puzzle Club. The residents will donate a framed puzzle to a different organization every month, giving local businesses a piece of their minds.
Morning Pointe engages healthy minds through fun and stimulating brain games as part of the life enrichment and Meaningful Day(tm) programs.
Photo: Nylan Edwards, branch manager of Gordon County Library, Julie Moore, Morning Pointe of Calhoun, GA resident, Elizabeth Howard, assistant branch manager of Gordon County Library, and Sue Moyer, Morning Pointe resident, show off the newest work of art — a framed puzzle constructed by the seniors at the assisted living and memory care community.