The Richmond Register

Lifestyles & Community

September 3, 2013

Morning Pointe to observe Resident Appreciation Week with special activities

RICHMOND — Morning Pointe of Richmond will be observing Resident Appreciation Week, Sept. 8-14, with series of special events, beginning with Grandparents’ Day this Sunday.

Grandparents Day activities will include an “Old Time Photo Booth,” which will raise funds for the local Alzheimer’s Association, according to an accouncement from Morning Pointe.

A visit by students of the Bluegrass Dance Center and an ice cream social are also scheduled.

A bake sale fundraiser will be conducted all week for the Alzheimer’s Association.

Other activities include:

Monday, Sept. 9

11 a.m. First responders appreciation lunch for EMTs, firefighters and police officers

3 p.m. Proclamation for National Resident Appreciation Week by Richmond Mayor Jim Barnes

Tuesday, Sept. 10

3 p.m. Flower Bouquets – Resident Creations for area Elementary School Teachers

Wednesday, Sept. 11

3 p.m. Homemade ice cream served

4 p.m. Jean’s Bluegrass Group performs

Thursday, Sept. 12

1 p.m. Visit by Madison County Extension Homemakers Happy Hands Quilt Club

3 p.m. Homemade peanut butter snack

Friday, Sept. 13

4 p.m. Pie in the Face, facility director “takes one for the team”

Saturday, Sept. 14

9 a.m. Team Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Walk in Berea

11 a.m.-2: p.m. Antique Car Show, Morning Pointe parking lot

3 p.m. Gilbert Family Bluegrass Band performs

Morning Pointe of Richmond is located at 400 Gibson Bay Drive between the Eastern Bypass and Gibson Bay Park. For more details, call 626-5000.

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