Circuit judge candidate Jason Lamb will be at the Scenic Regional Library Warrenton Branch, 912 S. Highway 47, from noon to 3 p.m. Monday, Jan. 15, to collect donations for Turning Point Domestic and Sexual Violence Shelter.Jan. 15 is Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday. To mark the occasion, Lamb is encouraging everyone to participate in a community service project. Lamb chose Turning Point Domestic and Sexual Violence Shelter in Warren County.“When survivors of domestic and sexual assault flee their homes in the middle of the night to protect themselves and their children, they often do so without the luxury of packing toiletry items, makeup bags or food supplies,” he said. “Basic supplies for hygiene, cleaning and food go a long way toward helping survivors regain their footing.”These supplies are always needed at Turning Point: toilet paper, paper towels, facial tissue, laundry detergent, dish detergent, general kitchen and bath cleaners, personal hygiene products and food items.A more extensive list can be found under the Wish tab at www.turningpointdvs.com.“A major part of Dr. King’s legacy has been to inspire us to action in ways that strengthen our communities and benefit our fellow men and women,” said Lamb. “That’s why I’m encouraging everyone to pick a project and devote an hour or two out of the day to pitch in and help out our local communities.