Lee University students weren't scared to pay it forward during the annual Tricks or Treats event at Morning Pointe of Chattanooga at Shallowford. The students handed out refreshments and filled up plates, helped with craft tables and did face painting at the assisted living community. Morning Pointe invites kids, students and young adults to spend time with the residents on their favorite holidays to embrace intergenerational programming as part of the life enrichment program. Lee University students included Brett Weinert, Emily Velie, Emily Miller, Devin Marshall, Kimberly Kroemer, Katie White, Brandon Webb, Andersen Bennett and Chase Blackburn.
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