Morning Pointe Residents Celebrate "Fresh Fruits And Vegetables Month"

Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Morning Pointe of Chattanooga at Shallowford residents Jewel Hash and Jessie Lemay show off their fresh peppers and cucumbers from the courtyard garden at the assisted living community
Morning Pointe of Chattanooga at Shallowford residents Jewel Hash and Jessie Lemay show off their fresh peppers and cucumbers from the courtyard garden at the assisted living community
June is National Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Month, and residents at Morning Pointe of Chattanooga at Shallowford wanted to celebrate their Farm to Table dining services program by planting different types of tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers in their courtyard.
 
With warmer temperatures comes fresh food to harvest, and the seniors at the assisted living community are ready to share nature’s bounty with one another. 
 
The residents are reaping the many benefits of gardening as well as fresh, local foods as part of the life enrichment and Meaningful Day programs.


Morning Pointe of Chattanooga at Shallowford residents Louise Gork and Jane Plumlee can't wait to take a bite out of the fresh vegetables in the courtyard at the assisted living community
Morning Pointe of Chattanooga at Shallowford residents Louise Gork and Jane Plumlee can't wait to take a bite out of the fresh vegetables in the courtyard at the assisted living community


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