Detroit Police Department retiree, Morning Pointe residents, mark Law Enforcement Appreciation Day


Detroit Police Department retiree, Morning Pointe residents, mark Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

ABOVE: The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Franklin Maintenance Director Marcus Harper (far left) presents homemade chili to Deputy Chief Dusty Rhodes and Deputy Eric Carter of the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office with the help of The Lantern residents Sue Harris and Wanda Boyce and associate Courtney Disbow, who is also a military veteran.

MORNING POINTE OF FRANKLIN

In honor of Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, Marcus Harper, maintenance director at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence in Franklin, made and delivered chili to more than 50 officers at the Williamson County Sheriff’s Department.

Harper is a retired member of the Detroit Police Department. He delivered his gift to the local law enforcement officers with the help of the memory care community’s residents and associates.

“We are so proud of Marcus for following his passions in order to serve the greater community!,” Lantern Program Director Brittany Morton said. “Here at The Lantern, we strive to keep our residents and associates engaged with the greater community. It doesn’t just benefit the community — it also reminds our residents that they have value and can contribute to society.”

To learn more, visit The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Franklin homepage at www.morningpointe.com.

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