Tipton CAM Info
Tipton CAM, Inc. - More Than Beds for Tipton County Children
Besides the beds - from a wonderful matching gift by Lucas Furniture Store in Kokomo Indiana - pajamas were donated by Tipton County Kiwanis. The Trinity Wesleyan Women’s Sewing Ministry made the beautiful pillowcases. From a Project Night-Night Grant, a tote bag, quilt, books, and a stuffed animal were given to each child. Money donated from Liberty Baptist purchased mattress covers and pillows, in addition to the twin bed frames, mattresses, and box springs.
Thanks also to the kind men from Lucas Furniture that came to set up each bed given.
Most of all, thanks to the many individual families and businesses who donated for these beautiful and loving children. God is so good and so are all of you who sponsored beds for these children.
TIPTON CAM DROP-IN CENTER
We began Open
Monday thru Friday
12:00 to 3:30 p.m.
| NEED ASSISTANCE?|
COME SEE US
|We are now located in Market Road Fellowship|
|601 Market Road|
Tipton, Indiana 46072
Gwen Wilburn - Coordinator of Center & Tipton Nickel Mile; Britney
Scott - Tipton CAM Director; Rev. Ruth Lawson - CAM, Inc. & Co-
Pastor Liberty Baptist Church; First Day Volunteers - Mike Orr &
Pastor Steve Brown - Chair of Second Blessing & Pastor
Normanda Christian Church
Joey Kimbrough - Burnett's Auto Services, Rev. Ruth Lawson - CAM,
Inc & Co-Pastor of Liberty Baptist Church; First Day Volunteers -
Mike Orr and Pastor Steve Brown - Chair of Second Blessings &
Pastor of Normanda Christian
Dr. Bill Davis - Community Howard Hospital Behavior
Healthcare; Rev. Ruth Lawson, Mike Orr, and Pastor Steve Brown
First family Clients needing assistance
Earl Manis, CAM Client Volunteer
& Second Blessing Volunteer, has
been willing to come in every day
to open, greet the Volunteers, and make coffee.
We thank Second Blessing for the use of their building, table and chairs. We also thank Miller’s Merry Manor for the donation of coffee for the Tipton CAM Drop-In.
Earl Manis, a CAM Client-Volunteer who lives in Tipton, is willing to open the Store and help the Volunteers make the coffee every day! Thanks, Earl.