Rainbow Girls Help Protect Children

Child IDOn August 23, 2015, my Rainbow Sisters and I volunteered to help out with Child ID at the Tides game. We had to get there at 4:00 pm to help set up the station and the computers. When we finished setting up all the equipment, we got to see the Tides players warm up. At around 4:30 pm, kids and parents started to show up. The Mother Advisor of our Assembly, Christi Reed, went up to them and asked if they needed a Child ID.

Families came up to the Child ID center and they had to fill out a form about their child’s information, like who their parent/guardians are, when they were born, what the look like, and more. In order to make the Child ID, first we have to put a CD into the computer. Next, we take the information from the sheet and type it into the computer. Then, we take pictures of the child from the front, back, right, and left side view. After that, we ask some questions about them to get a recording of their voices. Lastly, we have to burn the information onto the CD and give it to the family.

Afterwards, we got to eat dinner and watch the rest of the Tides game. In conclusion, helping out with Child ID was a fantastic experience and I hope to do it again soon.

In Rainbow Love,

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