Curves conducted a drive for the Rainbow Room Dec. 1-15. The Rainbow Room is a supply storehouse for Child Protective Service workers where they find brand new items of clothing, food and supplies needed by children who must be removed from unsafe situations. Our drive this year also provided car safety kits for the CPS case workers who transport children in our community who are removed from their homes by CPS. Each car kit includes: latex gloves, lice spray, Febreze to go, Band-Aids, Neosporin spray, Germ-X, wet Ones, Clorox disinfecting wipes, Kleenex go-packs and a small toy. Other items needed include: infant/toddler applesauce pouches, towels and washcloths, cute clothing sizes Newborn-12, underwear and socks, fleece blankets, and infant sleepers. For those interested in donating may a drop off item(s) at Curves, 1541 JBS Parkway, between 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays. Pictured are: Catherine Sims, Nancy Parris, Elaine Crumpton, Candy McDougall, Pam Hicks, Betty Long, Betty Smith, Denise Browning and Shari Martin stand in support of the Rainbow Room as they celebrate the donations made by Curves members during the first two weeks of December. Ladies provided six complete car kits for CPS workers in addition to clothing, fleece blankets and personal items for the children as they transition from home to foster care.