Morning Pointe Celebrates Four Years of “Farm to Table” Program

Morning Pointe Celebrates Four Years of “Farm to Table” Program

In 2016, Morning Pointe Senior Living launched the “Farm to Table” program, designed to regularly connect residents with more fresh produce from local farms. Four years later, the Chattanooga-based senior healthcare services company celebrates how the program has...
Virtual Caregiver Roundtable: Solutions for Financial Challenges

Virtual Caregiver Roundtable: Solutions for Financial Challenges

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COVID-19 Pen Pal Spawns New Friendships

COVID-19 Pen Pal Spawns New Friendships

When the world shut down in the height of COVID-19, student Sydney Clements turned to what she knew best: community service. Clements is a 17-year-old junior at Franklin Community High School in Franklin, IN. As her classes turned online, she turned to pen and paper and reached out to Morning Pointe of Franklin (IN) about being a pen pal.  Immediately, a letter writing campaign began. “Eleven names were given and she has been faithful about drawing them a picture and handwriting them a letter once a week,” explains Mary Beth Piland, life enrichment director at Morning Pointe of Franklin. “The residents in turn have written her as well.”

Morning Pointe Volunteers Host Residents for Second Annual Fish Fry

Morning Pointe Volunteers Host Residents for Second Annual Fish Fry

Morning Pointe of Franklin (IN) volunteer Dennis Triplett, residents Blanche Eilert, Caroline Jones, Barbara Herndon, volunteer Bonnie Triplett (front row), residents Gene Novak, Margie Crews, Donna King, Rose Bruno, and volunteer Stephen Windhorst (back row) celebrate love together at the Tripletts’ annual fish fry and Bible study.