Morning Pointe of Greeneville (TN) life enrichment director Amanda Buech, Alzheimer’s Tennessee Northeast Tennessee regional director Tracey Kendall-Wilson, and Morning Pointe of Greeneville executive director Delora Bibb celebrate raising money for Alzheimer’s disease research and caregiver support.
Morning Pointe of Franklin (IN) residents Donna King, Rick Mosbaugh, Don Shaw, Phyllis Deckard, Janet Rynerson, Hugh Dunn, Armel Taylor, and Phyllis Cooper and associates Kim Hicks and Jeanette Tucker show their support for those whose lives have been affected by cancer at the annual Relay for Life.
A group of middle school students from Alps Road Presbyterian Church in Athens, Georgia don’t take themselves too seriously while washing cars at Morning Pointe of Chattanooga at Shallowford (TN) to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association.
Morning Pointe of Frankfort (KY) life enrichment director Vanessa Damron (standing, second from left) and residents Martha Cox, Betty Miller, Carolyn Bowles, Celeste Moore, Sharon Aaron, Shirley Ham, and Emily Shaw may look like a bunch of clowns—but their commitment to ending childhood poverty is no laughing matter.
Although The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Chattanooga (TN) activity assistant Emily Vincil, receptionist Cindy Britt, and residents Neal O’Neal, Barbara Stewart, Dorthea Sandin, A.B. Coleman, and Shirley Millisor may look like clowns, their commitment to helping end childhood poverty is no laughing matter.