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Morning Pointe residents make blankets for local animal shelter

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Dorothy Wallis

Franklin resident Dorothy Wallis prepares a no-sew blanket.

The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer's Center of Excellence residents have been producing blankets for the Williamson County Animal Center as part of the memory care community's monthly service project.

Residents are making no-sew blankets to donate to the shelter.

"Community service has always been a cornerstone of the programming here at The Lantern," said program director Ashley Briggs. “Although our definition of ‘normal’ has changed over the past several months, our commitment to serving our community is as strong as ever."

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