As the winter weather grows ever colder, students from Woodlawn Elementary have partnered with the residents of Morning Pointe of Danville to lend a hand to those in need — quite literally. Over the past several months, the students and the residents of the personal care and Alzheimer’s memory care community have been collecting gloves for Morning Pointe’s “G-Love” tree, which will be dispersed throughout Danville and Boyle County for those who need help staying warm this winter.
“I am so proud of the Woodlawn students and our residents,” says Nicole Walton, the life enrichment director at Morning Pointe. “They have done a fantastic job of working together on this amazing project, that bridges generations while helping give back to the greater community.”
If you are interested in becoming a part of Morning Pointe of Danville’s next intergenerational project, contact Nicole Walton by phone at (859) 965-1008 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.