CALHOUN, Ga. — Lynn Phipps, owner of Phipps Woodworking Shop, and his wife, Jill, donated their time, materials and skill to make pumpkin door decorations for residents at Morning Pointe of Calhoun. Each pumpkin takes two hours to make.
After the woodwork is finished, Jill, who is also a certified nursing assistant at the assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care community, gets the residents involved, having them paint their names on their pumpkins for a personalized touch.
Morning Pointe invites artists and crafters of all kinds to share their talents with the seniors as part of the life enrichment and Meaningful Day(tm) programs.
Photo: Jill Phipps, certified nursing assistant at Morning Pointe of Calhoun, shows off her husband’s fall pumpkin woo dwork crafts at the assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care community.
Photo: Lynn Phipps, owner of Phipps Woodworking Shop, uses his shop tools to create custom pumpkin door decorations for the residents at Morning Pointe of Calhoun.