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LEXINGTON, KY — Residents at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Lexington enjoyed creating, decorating and painting birdhouses with retired wood shop teacher Leroy Heck from Model Laboratory High School.

Heck enjoyed volunteering at the Alzheimer’s memory care community, helping the seniors to not only embrace art therapy, but also make new homes for feathered friends.

Morning Pointe invites creative guests to share their talents with the residents, making memories one brush stroke at a time as part of the Meaningful Day™ program.

Photo: The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence residents Doug Cole, Shirley Welch, Sue Amburgey, Nettie Mcclain, Phyllis Porter and Lena Kitchen get crafty with a cute birdhouse project.