In response to the heartache, the residents at Morning Pointe of Franklin offered hope, wanting nothing more than to show the victims’ families that the community cares.
Morning Pointe of Franklin joins local businesses and sponsors in serving nearly 10 gallons of soup to hungry attendees during the Habitat for Humanity’s annual Soup Bowl fundraiser.
The Johnson County Homeschooling Group enjoyed rounds of bowling and slices of pizza with the residents at Morning Pointe of Franklin.
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure — a true statement for Morning Pointe of Franklin residents who scoured their community high and low for old newspapers, giving the retired publications new life for good.
It’s the season of love, and Morning Pointe of Franklin residents aren’t afraid to show it. Out of colorful cardboard and glue, the assisted living and memory care residents patched together adorable valentines to spread compassion with the congregation at Honey Creek United Methodist Church
Morning Pointe of Franklin residents and Roncalli High School students took turns eating their words while playing competitive rounds of Scrabble.