RICHMOND, KY — Richmond First United Methodist Church Youth Group led a sing-a-long for the residents at Morning Pointe of Richmond. The group has been visiting senior living and rehabilitation centers as part of their local mission trip project to pay it forward.

As part of the life enrichment program, Morning Pointe welcomes kids of all ages to visit the senior living community, as the residents and the youth make memories while engaging in fun intergenerational activities.

The church group is a part of a team of 20 youth and adult leaders who are making a difference in the community, paying it forward to shelters, children’s day camps and other organizations.

Throughout 2017, Morning Pointe has partnered with groups like these through the “Make Your Mark” campaign — a yearlong community service project with a goal of giving back 20,000 hours of service. The seniors are no strangers to pitching in, as they aim to surpass their goal along with other Morning Pointe Senior Living communities across the Southeast.

Photo: Richmond First United Methodist Church members Kayla Clevenger (adult leader), Kayla Koerner, Daniel Rice, Chas Nystrom, Chris Otieno, Daniel Yacek, Elizabeth Bauer and Susan Waterbury (adult leader), sang for the residents at Morning Pointe of Richmond (KY).