Mayor Lane Curlee and city volunteers paid it forward with flowers, surprising Morning Pointe of Tullahoma residents and associates with beautiful blooms — fragrant tokens of appreciation.
Morning Pointe invites local government officials to spend time with the residents to hear their voices and share the latest changes to come in the community
It was a bittersweet departure for Marcia Massengill, life enrichment director at Morning Pointe of Tullahoma, who celebrated her retirement and the end of more than four years at the assisted living and memory care community.
Mayor of Tullahoma Lane Curlee, state Senator Janice Bowling and Chief of Police Paul Blackwell Jr. were among the very special guests, families and residents at Morning Pointe of Tullahoma celebrating Morning Pointe Senior Living’s 20th anniversary.
Morning Pointe of Tullahoma residents filled antique teacups with compassion, as seniors and associates worked on crafts to show local nursing homes that they care.
One sunny afternoon, Morning Pointe of Tuscaloosa residents visited First Baptist Church of Tullahoma to witness the nativity scene during their annual Bethlehem village.