RICHMOND, KY — Morning Pointe of Richmond residents made their strides during the Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Berea. The seniors took on the half-mile route with Morning Pointe associates, and volunteers from Eastern Kentucky University’s occupational therapy department by their side. The three participating residents were each over 90 years old.

For years, Morning Pointe has partnered with non-profit organizations, raising funds and awareness while lifting spirits through annual events as part of the life enrichment program.

Photo: Prudy Bailey, 99 years old, Morning Pointe of Richmond resident, walks across the finish line at the Alzheimer’s walk in Berea. EKU Occupational Science and Therapy Graduate Students Brooke Gregory and Anne Grisham walk with her. Prudy,
who will turn 100 in November, and the EKU students participated as part of the Morning Pointe of Richmond Team!

Photo: Fletcher Williams, 95 years old, Morning Pointe of Richmond resident walking in the Alzheimer’s Walk in Berea. EKU Occupational Science & Therapy Graduate Student, Taylor Newsom walks with him. Fletcher walked the whole .5 mile course for
the Morning Pointe of Richmond Team!

Photo: Ogal Spicer, 95 years old, Morning Pointe of Richmond resident walking across the finish line at the Alzheimer’s Walk in Berea. EKU Occupational Science & Therapy Graduate Student, Mallory Osborne walks with her. Ogal walked the whole .5
mile course for the Morning Pointe of Richmond Team!