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Local girl scout troop creates family activity at Morning Pointe

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Troop 2921 and troop leader Jane Neely, standing next to their bronze award

Troop 2921 and troop leader Jane Neely, standing next to their bronze award.

A group of Girl Scouts from Troop 2921 recently displayed the family activity center they created to Morning Pointe of Brentwood resident Jane Neely, who was a Girl Scout troop leader herself for many years.

The local Girl Scout troop chose the assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care community as the site of their Bronze Award community service project, proposing to install a family activity center cubby complete with toys, books, dolls, coloring books, puzzles and games for children to play with when they visit a loved one at the facility.

“The center is already a big hit with visiting children,” Morning Pointe Life Enrichment Director Chris Phillips said. “We are so grateful to the Girl Scouts of Troop 2921 for enhancing the experience of our residents and guests with this wonderful addition to our community, and we look forward to partnering with them again in the future.”

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