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TUSCALOOSA, AL — Morning Pointe of Tuscaloosa hosted its “Tea Talk” featuring Nan Glaus, education coordinator for the West Alabama Quilters Guild. Glaus led an inspiring discussion as she presented her own custom quilt designs and examined quilts belonging to the residents.

Morning Pointe invites artists, writers, authors, and historians to bring share their talents with the seniors as part of the life enrichment and Meaningful Day(tm) programs.

Photo: Morning Pointe of Tuscaloosa residents Jerry Globetti, Annie Davis, Sarah Woolbright, Mae Caldwell, Elizabeth Wilson, Jeanette Gibson, Peggy Nix, Rachel Taylor and Betty Snyder enjoyed a Tea Talk with Nan Glaus, education coordinator for the West Alabama Quilters Guild.