NOVI, Mich. - The residents a Novi retirement community have kicked in $130,000 in holiday thank yous for their caretakers.
The Detroit News reports Monday that more than 80 percent of the about 800 residents of the Fox Run community in the Detroit suburb donated. The money will be divided among 383 employees.
The newspaper reports that how much money each employee gets depends on a formula that takes into consideration how long they have been working at the facility and how many hours they work a week.
Eighty-one-year-old resident Howard Hilving says the collection "reflects the good service of the people" who work at Fox Run.
Posted by Erin Rose at 8:38 PM