Every week, volunteer Kelly Brunelle (left) visits Morning Pointe of Tullahoma (TN) with Ivy, her Chesapeake Bay retriever and third generation registered pet therapy dog.
Tullahoma Kiwanis Club President Mike Rutherford (right) presented Davis with a jacket to mark his time with the organization.
Morning Pointe of Tullahoma (TN) resident Mike Stamper assists Maintenance Director Bruce Pendergraff as they prepare to build new rocking chairs for the assisted living and memory care community’s front porch.
Morning Pointe of Tullahoma (TN) resident Patricia Brown enjoys singing along to some golden oldies with musician Billy Kitchens.
Ministers are invited to Morning Pointe for a complimentary buffet to thank them for their service to the Tullahoma community.
Who says that Halloween has to be scary? For the students from Stepping Stones Preschool, Halloween was far from a scary day, as they paid a visit to the nearby Morning Pointe of Tullahoma (TN) for a day of fun and safe trick-or-treating.