CLINTON, Tenn. — Beverage can tabs are worth little to some, but have value for residents at Morning Pointe of Clinton.
The assisted living and memory care community has partnered with the Clinch Valley Shriners, collecting beverage can tabs to raise funds for children in need.
The tabs are delivered to The Shriners Hospital for Children in Cincinnati, Ohio. Last year, the hospital collected more than $11,000 worth in tabs to help children undergoing treatment.
As part of Morning Pointe’s life enrichment program, the seniors and associates participate in community projects to pay it forward to those in need.
Photo: Gil Anderson from the Clinch Valley Shriners, and Leon May and Mary Crowder, Morning Pointe of Clinton residents, and hold tabs collected by the assisted living and memory care community. The tabs will benefit children undergoing treatment at The Shriners Hospital for Children in Cincinnati, Ohio.