TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Morning Pointe of Tuscaloosa residents know good and well that the season is about giving.
This season, the seniors prepared gift bags to give to the residents of Turning Point, a facility for women who have experienced domestic violence.
Filled with soaps, lotions, other toiletries, and handwritten notes of encouragement, the seniors delivered their satchels of joy, paying it forward to those in need.
As part of the life enrichment program, the assisted living and memory care residents are always seeking opportunities to give back to the community.
Photo: (left to right) June Rothe, Melanie Jones, Laverne Stephenson, Carole Harkins, Jeanette Gibson, Frances Lackey, Peggy Nix and Glorious Owens, Morning Pointe of Tuscaloosa residents, and Alexis Stewart, Lantern program director at Morning Pointe, paid a visit to Turning Point, with gifts on hand for those in need.
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