MinotForestStudentsMinot Forest students pinch pennies for Turning Point

By Nick Walecka | Mar 13, 2015
Wareham Week

They say every penny counts, and for the students at Minot Forest Elementary, they’re counting and collecting pennies to help others in need.

Students on the MVP Team (Minot Values and Pride) helped to organize a school-wide event called “Penny Wars,” where students were encouraged to bring in spare change to raise money for a worthy cause in town.


MA Children's Relief GrantTurning Point receives $5,000 from MA Children’s Relief

Wareham Week
May 04, 2015

Turning Point Day Resource Center for the Homeless & Nearly Homeless recently received $5,000 from MA Children’s Relief to support struggling area families.

MA Children’s Relief Coordinator Sally Morrison presented a check to Rose Berry, board member of Wareham Area Council for the Homeless.

The money will be used through Turning Point’s “Seasons of Giving” programs (Beach Bucket Brigade, Backpack to School and Kid Komfort Kits) as well as for emergency needs.


Turning Point Wareham directors retireA changing of the guard at Turning Point

Wareham Week
Oct 27, 2014

After working within the organization since its inception over a decade ago, Turning Point co-directors Lee MacDonald and Marcine Fernandes are stepping down for their positions.

“It’s time we moved on and left it to the younger generation,” said MacDonald at the duo’s retirement party Sunday.

Both have been involved with the organization in various capacities since it began more than 12 years ago.