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360 Skills Olympics

July 28, 2016

360 Skills Olympics

Last month Morningside of Jonesboro hosted it's 3rd Skill Olympics. This year's competition focused on Lifestyle 360 Forms of Wellness. The community competed in 30 events in 4 1/2 days and as part of the Be Our Guest theme, Morningside invited and competed against other communities in their area. A great time was had by all and nearly half of Morningside participated.


Never Too Late To Shine

February 11, 2016

Never Too Late To Shine

Several residents from Morningside of Jonesboro were honored this month for their creativity and hard work in the Fine Arts. The Lifestyle 360 class "Painters, Poets, and Photographers," taught by Program Service Director Gaylon Tyner, currently has their pieces from their collection called "Never Too Late To Shine." Pieces include digital photography, Color and Black and White Acrylic, and Pencil Shading. Pictured is Vada Smith as she poses with her Acrylic on Burlap painting titled "Nesting."


The British Invasion!

October 18, 2015

The British Invasion!

Several people from Morningside of Jonesboro began this week of Lifestyle 360 taking a trip through British culture and history. The group traveled to Hardy, Arkansas to eat lunch at the Pig N' Whistle, a British themed venue owned by Philip and Rebecca Ashcroft. After a feast of Fish & Chips, Bangers & Mash, and desserts, the group then enjoyed the décor of British icons, Beatle's artwork, and British football paraphernalia.

The group then traveled east to Walnut Ridge, Arkansas to see the Beatle's Memorial Park and the incredible metal sculpted recreation by Danny West of Abbey Road. The piece honors the historic day in the town's history on September 20, 1964 when The Beatles tried to secretly board their large airliner in the small town of Walnut Ridge from a weekend vacation at Pigman's Ranch in Missouri between the last two shows of their North American Tour. Three teenagers realized who it was and "Beatlemania" took over.