Morning Pointe of Chattanooga residents Clyde Edwards and Ruth Lowery celebrated the successful conclusion of the assisted living community’s annual indoor yard sale to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association.
Three months’ worth of donated golf clubs, furniture, appliances, décor, clothing, jewelry, handbags, dishes, cookware, and more were sold off over the course of two days to raise money for a worthy cause.
“I am so proud of our residents, associates, family members, and friends for pulling together to make this year’s yard sale another huge success!” said life enrichment director Holly Holcomb. “Thanks to their hard work, we raised over $1300 for a cause that we believe in with all of our hearts. We’re already looking forward to next year’s yard sale!”