Newsletter - Morning Pointe


Newsletter - Morning Pointe
January 2015
660 Jolly Road NW • Calhoun, GA 30701 • (706) 629-0777
Attention Wartime
Have a special gift or talent?
Needing a place to use it? Why
not consider sharing them with
Morning Pointe of Calhoun
Assisted Living and The Lantern at
Morning Pointe.
Morning Pointe of
Calhoun Team
Executive Director
Scott Irmscher
Residential Service Director
Jan Shepherd
Business Officer Manager
Paulette Greene
Lantern Program Director
Mary Braden
Life Enrichment Director
Sharyn Petryczanko
Maintenance Director
Jim Ellis
Food Services Director
Jamie Hibberts
VA Benefits Workshop
W/Ashley Miller, Southern Veterans
Morning Pointe invites you to join
us for a fun workshop with Ashley
Miller from Southern Veterans on
January 7, 2015 at 2pm at
Morning Pointe of Calhoun
Assisted Living. This workshop is F
REE and designed especially for T
he Improved Pension Aid &
Attendance Program. If you are
a Wartime Vet, spouse or family
member of a veteran, this
workshop is for you! Come and
learn how you may qualify for up
to $2085 to apply towards
Assisted Living, Nursing Homes
and in-home care as well as other
beneficial information.
We Love our Volunteers
at Morning Pointe Assisted Living
We are always looking for and
appreciative of loving and kind
volunteers. Please contact the
Life Enrichment Director, Sharyn
at 706-383-0090.
Hello and welcome 2015!
Morning Pointe wishes everyone
a very happy new year.
Let's welcome this new year with
smiles on our faces and hope in
our hearts and may everyday
glow with happiness!
Claudia Glass
John Russell
Mary Meiggs
Tom Allen
Barbara Buchanan
Scott's Spot
Harris Arts Center
Bethlehem Live!
It’s that time of year when we travel
back in time to a place far, far away
(Ga. Cumberland Academy) to
experience what was happening the
night Jesus was born. GCA students
put on a fantastic journey for us.
Scott Irmscher
Executive Director
The New Year is upon us,
and with it comes the
New Year’s resolutions..
Here’s 5 easy steps to
helping your resolutions
1. Choose one not many
2. Put your goal in
3. Set action
4. Create accountability
– Tell a friend
5. Reward Yourself –
Small rewards along the
10th Annual Festival of Trees
& Mistletoe Market
Residents Elva Crump, Sylvia Crider,
Edna Baugh and Audrey Towe spent
the afternoon enjoying the Festival of
Trees & Mistletoe Market at the H.A.C.
admiring all the beautifully decorated
trees, wreaths, gourds and more.
2014 Winners
Residents Betty, Edna,
LED Sharyn & Elva
Region. LuAnn Hanchett, Life
Enrichment Director for Morning Pointe
of Clinton, TN won for the Smoky Mtn.
area. And, RSD Tommie Westfield of The
Lantern at Collegedale, TN won in the
Lookout region. Congrats to
On behalf of our entire
staff, I wish you all a
prosperous and healthy
New Year.
Exceeding Expectations
Top Three Corporate Winners
New Year!!
Morning Pointe Senior Living
recognized three of the best associates
in the field at its annual holiday party
for 2014. Cody Beatty, a Certified
Nurses Aide at Morning Pointe Ridge, KY
won for the Bluegrass
Morning Pointe Recognizes
The Best in the Field
Mary “Lucille” Davison
Lydia Jaime
Lucille on her Wedding Day
Kind and Loving
Lucy, as her granddaughter calls her,
came to live at Morning Pointe a little
over a year ago from her home in
Chattanooga, TN. Lucille was born in
Dayton, TN on April 19th, 1924 and has
had a life full of blessings. She was
married to her husband Jesse Davison
for 50 years! She was a secretary for
Tennessee Valley Authority when Jesse
asked her to type a letter for him. After
looking at his handwriting she told him
that he needed to learn how to spell. It
was true love after that. After dating
for about four years, they decided to
get married. Together they have two
sons, two grandsons and one
granddaughter. Shortly before she
had her children, she left TVA to
become a homemaker and immersed
herself in her church as a volunteer.
Lucille attended Spring City High
School in Spring City, TN and
graduated with the honors of
becoming Salutatorian. She says she
was second only by 8/10ths of a point.
She went on to get her degree from
Abel’s School of Business in Dayton,
As time passed by, she enjoyed
educating herself with good reading
materials such as The Medical
Encyclopedia, dedicating her
motherly duties to her sons and
volunteering for many organizations,
with nursing homes being her favorite.
She was also a member of the Flower
Garden Club and loved traveling and
Miss GA, Jr. H.S. America
Dixie Stompers
Christmas Performance
Coble Elementary
Lucille and Granddaughter
Lucille is such a kind and loving person
and her heart was filled with joy when
granddaughter Mallory was born, And
the icing on the cake…Mallory looks
just like her!
Calhoun Elementary
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