CLINTON, Tenn. — Morning Pointe of Clinton residents held a pet supply drive benefiting the Anderson County Animal Shelter in Oak Ridge. Food, toys, cleaning supplies and leashes were donated to the shelter with the help of the seniors and associates.

As part of the Life Enrichment Program, the assisted living residents visit area shelters and animal rescue organizations. The seniors enjoy paying it forward to the furry and four-legged friends that provide them with “pet therapy.”

Photo: (left to right) Julie Armes, Anderson County Animal Shelter associate, holds Maude, a shelter pet, with Mary Crowder, Morning Pointe of Clinton resident, who helped donate food to the organization.