EAST GRAND FORKS, M.N. - First grader Maggie Kuznia walks from apartment to apartment, knocking on doors, as residents of Good Samaritan Society Heritage Grove senior living invite her in to read to them.
Last winter, Maggie was packing her bag for the day, when her mother Tiffany Kuznia – who works at Heritage Grove – reminded her to bring her Nintendo Switch.
"I'm not bringing that today," Maggie responded. "I'm going to bring books and I'm going to read to the residents."
"I think the intergenerational part is so good," resident Patti Griggs says. "Everybody likes to have the attention of another person and be special to them."