Holiday movie fun

Published 2:29 pm Tuesday, January 1, 2019

The students of Danville Christian Academy and the residents of Morning Pointe of Danville spent a cozy afternoon indoors watching “A Christmas Carol.” The students regularly partner with the personal care community for intergenerational programming.

The weather outside may have been cold and chilly, but the students of Danville Christian Academy and residents of Morning Pointe of Danville stayed warm and cozy indoors, watching “A Christmas Carol” together in the personal care community’s activities room. Everyone got into the spirit of the holiday season, sharing popcorn and goodies — some of the students even came in their pajamas and elf hats. Throughout the year, Danville Christian Academy and Morning Pointe have worked together on various projects.

“The residents are always glad to see the children. They always put smiles on the residents’ faces,” says Nicole Walton, the Life Enrichment Director at Morning Pointe of Danville. “It’s very important to us to incorporate intergenerational programming into our activities here at Morning Pointe. It doesn’t just enrich our residents’ lives; it also allows the young people who come to visit us to learn from the seniors!”

If you are interested in becoming a part of the intergenerational programming at Morning Pointe of Danville, contact Nicole Walton by phone (859) 965-1008 or by email at

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