Benefiting seniors and students
Morning Pointe of Lexington residents recently began a pen pal project with students at Sandersville Elementary School. Morning Pointe seniors made cards and picture frames to give to students, and they donated notebooks and pencils at the beginning of the school year. Second-grade teacher Amy Peacock, left, is one of the teachers participating in the pen pal program. She and Tori Gaston, life enrichment director at Morning Pointe, showed off one of the picture frames.
Benefiting seniors and students Morning Pointe of Lexington residents recently began a pen pal project with students at Sandersville Elementary School. Morning Pointe seniors made cards and picture frames to give to students, and they donated notebooks and pencils at the beginning of the school year. Second-grade teacher Amy Peacock, left, is one of the teachers participating in the pen pal program. She and Tori Gaston, life enrichment director at Morning Pointe, showed off one of the picture frames.
Benefiting seniors and students Morning Pointe of Lexington residents recently began a pen pal project with students at Sandersville Elementary School. Morning Pointe seniors made cards and picture frames to give to students, and they donated notebooks and pencils at the beginning of the school year. Second-grade teacher Amy Peacock, left, is one of the teachers participating in the pen pal program. She and Tori Gaston, life enrichment director at Morning Pointe, showed off one of the picture frames.

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Education Notes: Oct. 3

October 02, 2012 6:23 PM

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