CLINTON, Tenn. — The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Clinton, raised more than $1,300 during their first annual Spring Fling event. Funds will benefit the Morning Pointe team for the upcoming Alzheimer’s Tennessee Walk.
Guests of all ages enjoyed carnival games, a classic car cruise, live entertainment and a silent auction at the Alzheimer’s memory care community in partnership with Faith Promise and Avalon Hospice.
Morning Pointe residents and associates engage the greater community through fun events to spread awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and related memory conditions as part of the Meaningful Day™ program.
Photo: Ham and Goody’s employees present a check to Keisha Stooksbury, executive director at Morning Pointe, Linda from Alzheimer’s Tennessee, and Ginger Tucker, community relations director at Morning Pointe during the first annual Spring Fling at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Clinton.