Crossroads Center gets kids playroom

Casey Irwin, 9, checks out the train table in the new play
room at Crossroads Center Rescue Mission Tuesday afternoon.
A group of Creightonnursing students recently renovated a
resident room to serve as a fun place for children.

The first door inside the Women and Families Wing at the Crossroads Center Rescue Mission has found a new purpose with brightly colored walls, carpet squares on the floor, a handmade wooden train set and lots of toys.

On Tuesday, four students with the Creighton University College of Nursing program in Hastings unveiled the new playroom they created for the shelter's children as part of a service project.

To read more, see Wednesday's Hastings Tribune or the Tribune e-edition.>>>

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