Local Ellisville, MS Artist Amy Walters donates one of her paintings worth over $500.00 to auction off for Blair E. Batson’s Children’s Cancer Centers Annual June EVENT. Camp Rainbow lost their funding for the 2014 year from the American Cancer Society. This funding is crucial to the camp and has forced local volunteers to ask for help. There will be an auction held between the weeks of February 24th thru March 7th at Jones County Professional Drugs on Hill Street in Ellisville. Items being auctioned off include artwork by local artist, signed Saints Jersey, Jewelry from Hill’s In House Jewelers, Yeti Cooler, DeWalt Power Equipment, Salt Life Coolers, gift cards, restaurant gift cards, and much more. Stop by Jones County Professional Drugs and bid on any item you want and help make this camp possible for these Mississippi kids that have faced battles and need these memories and good times!! Or if you’re interested in donating contact Danielle at SuperTalk Mississippi at 601.425.2211 or stop by Jones County Professional Drugs on Hill Street, Diket Pharmacy on Jefferson Street, or C & C Drug’s in Ellisville. The J.T. show will be at Jones County Professional Drugs promoting Camp Rainbow statewide on Friday March 7th from ten to one. There will be food from KaRock’s and cupcakes from Hill’s Street Bakery, please stop in and make a donation.