Morning Pointe of Tullahoma (TN) played host to the Lakewood Ladies Golf Association’s annual tournament luncheon. Participants were served chicken salad plates and a variety of delicious desserts, courtesy of Patty Key, the assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care community’s food service director, and her kitchen staff.
Morning Pointe of Franklin (IN) residents Margie Crews, Donna King, and Janet Rynerson greet Linda Norton (far left) of Discover Downtown Franklin as she deposits 100 pounds of strawberries in the assisted living community’s kitchen to be cleaned and prepped for the city of Franklin’s annual “Strawberries on the Square” festival. “The residents were more than happy to step up and complete the task.
Morning Pointe of Frankfort (KY) life enrichment director Vanessa Damron (standing, second from left) and residents Martha Cox, Betty Miller, Carolyn Bowles, Celeste Moore, Sharon Aaron, Shirley Ham, and Emily Shaw may look like a bunch of clowns—but their commitment to ending childhood poverty is no laughing matter.
Morning Pointe of Collegedale at Greenbriar Cove (TN) residents Betsy Babb, Joyce Ownbey, Jim Cawthon, and Polly Justice can’t wait to read to the Pre-K students at Chambliss Center for Children in Chattanooga.
Although The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Chattanooga (TN) activity assistant Emily Vincil, receptionist Cindy Britt, and residents Neal O’Neal, Barbara Stewart, Dorthea Sandin, A.B. Coleman, and Shirley Millisor may look like clowns, their commitment to helping end childhood poverty is no laughing matter.