One of Central’s former students Ginger Phelps (with Kenbridge UMC) is organizing relief trailers that are headed to Kentucky immediately. The first trailer is leaving Monday.

CHS Cares is collecting the following items for the trailer leaving this Wednesday. Please consider donating money or the following items by Tuesday evening:
Baby wipes
baby lotion
other baby essentials
sanitizing wipes
cleaning supplies
work gloves
non perishable food items
trash bags
Bottled Water

Please help out if you can! Contact Jean Kunath, Briana Elder or Edith Glidewell if you have any questions.


If you are looking to donate for the tornado victims in Kentucky and can't get to CHS to drop off items, you can also drop items off at the Kenbridge United Methodist Church, 201 5th Avenue, Kenbridge, VA from 2-5:30 Monday, December 13 and Tuesday, December 14! Come to the side entrance to the fellowship hall.

The greatest needs remain cleaning supplies, paper products, canned/non perishable foods that require minimal prep, new blankets, new clothes, personal hygiene items, tarps, and dog food. Thank your support in helping our neighbors in need in Kentucky!