Morning Pointe of Greeneville (TN) residents Thanna Hankins, Medra Renner, Marie Ricker, and Fred Proffit were among the many seniors present at at the assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care community’s Memorial Day cookout.
The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Clinton (TN) executive director Holly Layman, receptionist Maxine Wilson, director of nursing Chanda Smelcer, and cook Blake Deitz are ready to serve their guests at the memory care community’s recent Memorial Day cookout.
Lots of neighbors from the Collegedale area attended and enjoyed a great lunch,” says Lantern program director Michele Gunther.
Join us for a Morning Pointe Cookout!
We want to invite our neighbors to stop by our community for complimentary BBQ with all the sides, drinks, and desserts.