Helping Doll’s House

DAILY LEADER / KATIE WILLIAMSON / Miss Junior High Ole Brook Madelynn Thornton, 14,  collects canned goods and sells tickets at Walmart for a drawing to raise money for the Brookhaven Doll's House as part of the Crown Cares Community Service Project Saturday.

DAILY LEADER / KATIE WILLIAMSON / Miss Junior High Ole Brook Madelynn Thornton, 14, collects canned goods and sells tickets at Walmart for a drawing to raise money for the Brookhaven Doll’s House as part of the Crown Cares Community Service Project Saturday.

DAILY LEADER / KATIE WILLIAMSON / Reid Huchinson, 10,  helps Thornton sell tickets for the drawing. Doll's house is a not-for-profit Rehabilitation Center for Women.  Female residents in need of transitional housing, Deliverance, Healing, Empowerment, and life skills training.  The goal of the organization is to provide interim housing and skill training so that residents become empowered, independent individuals.

DAILY LEADER / KATIE WILLIAMSON / Reid Huchinson, 10, helps Thornton sell tickets for the drawing. Doll’s house is a not-for-profit Rehabilitation Center for Women. Female residents in need of transitional housing, Deliverance, Healing, Empowerment, and life skills training. The goal of the organization is to provide interim housing and skill training so that residents become empowered, independent individuals.