Morning Pointe of Calhoun residents stuffed goody bags and delivered them to the teachers at W. L. Swain Elementary, thanking them for their excellent work with local students.
Mary Lou, Morning Pointe of Lexington resident, and Alyce Kiser, volunteer, prepare to bake a batch of dog biscuits.
Morning Pointe of Tuscaloosa residents have made a commitment to serving others one spoonful at a time.
The program — called “Flowers of Hope” — is a monthly outreach project launched by the Salvation Army. Morning Pointe residents look forward to partnering with the non-profit organization to deliver flowers in exchange for smiles.
Morning Pointe of Chattanooga at Shallowford residents brought cheer to local women and children one bead and stitch at at time.
Calhoun Mayor Jim Palmer presented an official proclamation to Morning Pointe of Calhoun read by Sheriff Mitch Ralston to commemorate Morning Pointe Senior Living’s 20th anniversary serving seniors across the Southeast.