Living Well

Residents, volunteers and staff at Morning Pointe of Chattanooga at Shallowford raised $800 during a 12-hour car wash benefiting the Alzheimer's Association. Called "The Longest Day," teams across the area raise funds for Alzheimer's disease every year on the Summer Solstice.  The assisted living community washed, scrubbed, rinsed and dried vehicles. Some waved in customers from the street and others sold baked goods and handled money for the cause. Shown are Louise Gork and Martha Dietz, residents.
Photo by Tinea Payne
Residents, volunteers and staff at Morning Pointe of Chattanooga at Shallowford raised $800 during a 12-hour car wash benefiting the Alzheimer's Association. Called "The Longest Day," teams across the area raise funds for Alzheimer's disease every year on the Summer Solstice. The assisted living community washed, scrubbed, rinsed and dried vehicles. Some waved in customers from the street and others sold baked goods and handled money for the cause. Shown are Louise Gork and Martha Dietz, residents.


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