Chiropractic offices part of gloves for needy collection
Local chiropractic offices are joining together to help provide a warmer holiday for people in need.
Hulse Family Chiropractic and Sawyer Chiropractic in Hartselle and Priceville Chiropractic are three of 15 chiropractic offices taking part in the second annual "Hands on the Community" campaign.
The winter service project is designed to collect new or slightly used winter gloves for some 300 needy adults and children. Children and adult size gloves are needed.
The Department of Human Resources and Families and Children Experiencing Separating are joining in the effort, which will distribute the gloves in January.
The first "Hands on the Community" effort collected nearly 250 pairs of gloves for area residents.
The chiropractic offices are currently accepting gloves from the public during their regular business hours.