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GREENEVILLE, Tenn. — Loading up on a wagon to explore 100 acres of the Briarwood Safari were the residents at Morning Pointe of Greeneville, who enjoyed the last warm day of the season.

During their expedition, the seniors encountered emus and elk, deer, pigs and even zebras. With a bucket full of various animal food in hand, they hand fed the animals from their wagon seats, stopping their ride a few times to enjoy hands-on interaction with their furry, feathered and four-legged friends.

As part of Morning Pointe’s life enrichment program, the assisted living community embraces educational outings, opening their minds and hearts to fun new experiences.

Click here to learn more about life enrichment programs at Morning Pointe of Greeneville.