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A selection of donated items for the Rainbow Room is seen Wednesday afternoon in Copperas Cove.
Copperas Cove Chamber ambassadors Tricia Daley, left and Nicole Vess carry some items donated for the Rainbow Room Wednesday afternoon in Copperas Cove.
Copperas Cove Chamber ambassador Doreen Vasseur sorts through Rainbow Room donations.
Copperas Cove Chamber ambassador Tricia Daley sorts through a selection of donated items for the Rainbow Room on Wednesday afternoon in Copperas Cove.
From left, Copperas Cove Chamber ambassadors Nicole Vess, Joshua Courtney, Starr Platt, Doreen Vasseur, Liz Sherman and Tricia Daley pose with the items delivered to Child Protective Services on Wednesday afternoon in Copperas Cove.
Children who are removed from their homes because of abuse and neglect will have a brighter Christmas and new year thanks to the Copperas Cove Chamber of Commerce ambassadors.
The National Banks of Central Texas keeps itself in the public eye with various community service projects. The company recently hosted a Shred It Day event with Keep Copperas Cove Beautiful and donated $4,000 to the Cove House Free Clinic earlier this month.
Nicole Vess sorts throwugh a selection of donated items for the Coryell County Rainbow Room, Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at the National Bank in Copperas Cove.
The Copperas Cove Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors are hosting the “Rainbow Room Collection Drive” through Friday. Items may be dropped off at The National Banks of Central Texas, 408 S. Main St., Copperas Cove.
AAF-Central Texas plans gift exchange, public service drive
The Fort Hood Officers’ Spouses Club disbursed $20,000 to 16 local charities at a ceremony Nov. 20. The largest grant, of $5,000 went to Santa’s Workshop, which will utilize the funds to purchase additional toys for children in need.
Instead of just wearing a plain white T-shirt, Janelle Thoms decided to dust off and don her wedding dress, hoping to give the 15-year-old keepsake a colorful update.
If the new store Five Below in Market Heights Shopping Center could be described with one word, it would be “colorful.”
In times past, the biggest decision for any painter was which color to use. But thanks to steady technological advances, we now have the luxury of choosing paints that offer not just a near-limitless rainbow of hues, but also the exact appearance and performance qualities needed for virtually any interior paint job.
Child Protective Services strips about 200 Coryell County children from their homes every year to get the kids away from a life filled with abuse and neglect. The biggest challenge the county faces today is drugs, said Gloria Schmitz, Coryell County Rainbow Room chairperson.
The Noon Exchange Club of Copperas Cove celebrated 17 years of service to the community by giving back about $8,500 to five organizations that help families and children who are victims of abuse.
Gloria Schmitz, from left, Lea Hrncir, Danny Funk, Janie French, and Rita Burgess of the Coryell County Rainbow Room, fold children's blankets at the Copperas Cove facility on Tuesday, June 18. The Rainbow Room's mission is to help neglected or abused children who are removed from their families by Child Protective Services.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.