Morning Pointe groundbreaking
Spring Hill leaders and Morning Pointe Senior Living representatives participate in the turning of the earth ceremony for Morning Pointe of Spring Hill's facility.
Morning Pointe Senior Living celebrated a groundbreaking for the new Morning Pointe of Spring Hill senior campus Sept. 27.

More than 100 guests witnessed the Turning of the Earth ceremony, including Maury County Mayor Charlie Norman, Spring Hill Vice-Mayor Bruce Hull, State Representative Sheila Butt (R-Tenn.) House District 64, healthcare executives and members of the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce.

Morning Pointe has served seniors in Middle Tennessee for 15 years and is the region’s choice for assisted living and memory care in the area. In addition to its Spring Hill location, Morning Pointe operates three additional senior campuses in Brentwood, Columbia and Franklin.

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