TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Morning Pointe of Tuscaloosa has opened the doors of its recently renovated assisted living and memory care community to Bridge players of all kinds as part of its new partnership with the Duplicate Bridge Club.
Every Tuesday evening, the halls are lined with tables and club members who are ready for a competitive game of Bridge. Community involvement is a part of Morning Pointe's life enrichment program, inviting guests of all ages and skill levels to enjoy fun, recreational activities with the residents.
For more information, contact Lynn Armour, life enrichment director, or Sarah Pederson, community relations director, at (205) 345-1112.
Photo: Every Tuesday, Bridge players gather at Morning Pointe of Tuscaloosa, AL as part of the assisted living and memory care community's new partnership with the Duplicate Bridge Club.