Great turnout at the Walk to End Alzheimer’s at Willow Springs! Kibbi, the Morris-Baker comfort dog, even got in on the activities.
Morris-Baker is a proud sponsor of the 2016 Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Johnson City this Saturday, September 24. We hope you will join us.
Today, the Washington County Community Foundation (WCCF) joined East Tennessee Foundation (ETF) in granting a check for $100,000 to a local, collaborative grant recipient: S.O.S., which stands for Sowing Seeds of Success and Self-Sufficiency in Washington County for Neighborhood Nutrition and Food Literacy. The grant of $100,000 will be utilized during the next two years to enhance and improve the life-literacy skills of Washington County youth. The SOS collaborative partner…Keep Reading
For the kids who went to Camp Courage this year, there was no shortage of games, crafts and storytelling to fill the one-day, free camp aimed at helping kids who have recently suffered a loss. Mountain States Hospice has offered its Camp Courage—underwritten by Morris-Baker Funeral Home and Cremation Services—every summer for the last six years. The camp is open to any child, from kindergarten through eighth grade, who is…Keep Reading
Last year, Preston McKee took a problem and made it an opportunity. When a pest began killing some of the shrubbery outside of the funeral home, Preston decided it was time for a new vision of the outside of Morris-Baker Funeral Home. “We had just completed a renovation to the inside of our building to make our space more healing and supportive,” said Preston, owner of Morris-Baker. “I wanted that…Keep Reading