Meal train request for family with new baby

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Introducing Marlo Belvedere McLaughlin, Chuck and Barbara’s newest granddaughter. She’s here!

Marlo means “drop of the sea.” Belvedere derives from two Italian words: bel, which means “beautiful,” and vedere, which means “view.” It’s also a gorgeous town in CA and a reminder that her parents met in the Bay Area.

Thanks so much to Brianna Rivers for setting up a July meal train for us: www.mealtrain.com/trains/wlg4nq (Venmo option: @ kate-romanov). Thanks to anyone who contributes.

Sending lots of love from the North Oregon Coast!

News from the Nehalem Bay Health District

Submitted By: marc@nehalembayhd.org – Click to email about this post
New Health Center/Pharmacy groundbreaking.

Please join Wheeler Mayor Clif Kemp, Tillamook County Commissioner Erin Skaar, state Sen. Suzanne Weber and many others this Saturday, July 20th at 11:00 am in Wheeler.

EVCNB volunteers will be on hand to assist with parking and directions.

Some off street parking will be available along Hospital Road near the event site and along the side of Highway 101 (across the highway from the site).

The city hall lot (across the street and adjacent to Wheeler city hall) will be available.

On street parking in Wheeler and in front of the train station shelter is available, and is a short walk to the site.

If additional parking is required we encourage people to park in lots around the old hospital and current clinic. The Health Center will have its van available to shuttle people down to the event site and back up once the groundbreaking ceremony is completed.

We hope to see you!

MUNCH LUNCH

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Beginning Monday, July 22, Munch -A- Lunch families will receive lunches for 5 days at pick-up spots.
Lunches can also be picked up at Nehalem Bay United Methodist Church each Monday between 11:30 – 12:00.
For more information text 425-785-1057.
Nehalem Bay Community Services

TEEN NIGHT at North Coast Pinball this Friday July 19th, 6-8PM

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Hello BBQ Community-

Teen Night is THIS FRIDAY, July 19th, from 6-8 PM at North Coast Pinball! FREE PINBALL and Games for ALL TEENS! ALL TEENS WELCOME! Please spread the word and send those teens in for free fun!!

Contact Christy (503) 800-1092, Christy@cosmichealingnw.com for info, questions, or to donate to this event

Thank you!
-CK

EVCNB eBrief July 15

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Click the link above to check out our latest eBrief!

Oregon State University Study Your Participation Is Requested. North Tillamook County Residents Opportunity. You could win $100!

Come See Us At The Manzanita Farmers Market July 19, August 16 and September 20

CERT training classes available starting August 6

MUNCH LUNCH

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PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE OF SCHEDULE for MUNCH- A – LUNCH:

Beginning, Monday, July 22nd, Munch-A-Lunch families will receive lunches on Monday for 5 days at pickup spots.
Lunches can also be picked up at Nehalem Bay Methodist Church on Monday from 11:30 – 12:00.
For more information text 425-785-1057
Nehalem Bay Community Services

TEEN NIGHT at North Coast Pinball this Friday July 19th, 6-8PM

Submitted By: Christy@cosmichealingnw.com – Click to email about this post
Hello BBQ Community-

Teen Night at North Coast Pinball is this Friday July 19th, 6-8 PM!!! FREE PINBALL AND Games for ALL TEENS!! ALL TEENS WELCOME! Please spread the word and send them teens in for some Free Fun!

Contact Christy (503) 800-1092, Christy@cosmichealingnw.com for info , questions, or to donate to this event run solely by volunteers and donations.
Thank you!

Coffee with the City

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Coffee with the City
June 18th, 9am

This Thursday Dan Weitzel, Manzanita Public Works Director will be joining the councilor in an open format to answer your questions and hear your thoughts.

We look forward to seeing you at the Offshore Grill.

Offshore Grill is located at 154 Laneda Avenue.

Manzanita Farmers Market Board Members

Submitted By: laura@nehalemtel.net – Click to email about this post
Are you passionate about supporting local farmers and promoting healthy food access in your community? The Manzanita Farmers Market is looking for dedicated individuals to join the Board of Directors.
We welcome candidates from all backgrounds and experiences, but we have a special interest in those with expertise in accounting/bookkeeping, fundraising, human resources, volunteer coordination, or legal fields. Our organization values candidates engaged in food systems, organized labor, cultural organizations, communities of color, and current or former SNAP recipients.
If you have experience in any of these areas and are eager to give back to the community, we want to hear from you. We are looking for board candidates that live/work in the North Tillamook County area, with particular preference to Manzanita, Nehalem, Wheeler, and Rockaway Beach residents.
If you can spare a few hours each month to make a real impact in our community, we strongly encourage you to apply! Together, we can drive positive change and create a better future for all. Join us in shaping a brighter tomorrow at the Manzanita Farmers Market. If you aren’t quite ready to serve on the board, we encourage you to consider serving on one of the Farmers Market’s committees or volunteer to help in a variety of ways. We need YOU! Please apply here www.manzanitafarmersmarket.com/contact-1-1

Volunteers Needed for Food Pantry

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We are looking for volunteers to join us at the Nehalem Bay Community Services Food Pantry. It is a fun and rewarding opportunity to support our community. Food Pantry hours are 10-2 Monday, Friday, Saturday and 2-6 on Wednesday. Come by the Food Pantry at the Nehalem Bay United Methodist Church on 10th just off 101 in Nehalem to see what we are doing.

Church of the Wild on the Beach with Labyrinth

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We will meet at Neahkahnie Beach this Sunday, July 14th at 10am.
Neahkahnie Beach can be reached by driving down Laneda Avenue in Manzanita, turning right at Ocean and proceeding about a half mile to the parking lot on the left just before the stop sign.
Bring a lawn chair and dress for the weather.
This will be a sample of Church Of The Wild,
sponsored by St Catherine’s in Manzanita.
Call 503-812-2028 to learn more.

Neahkahnie Water District Operator Position

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Announcement for HH, BBQ, North Coast News, etc

Neahkahnie Water District – System Operator Position
Neahkahnie Water District located in Nehalem, OR is currently recruiting qualified applicants to fill the position of System Operator. The water district is a spring fed water supply located on Neahkahnie Mountain and services over 400 customers. The salary range is $28.00 – $32.00 per hour plus benefits and is based on a 32 hour work week. Application deadline is June 28, 2024 or until filled. Please visit the website for full Job Description and Employment Application form at www.nknwd.org

Art in the Manzanita Library

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Manzanita Artist Kim Rosenberg will be displaying her at work at the Manzanita library in July and August.

“I like to make things that leave my mind free to wander and my hands busy”, says Kim.

“When I collage imaginary gardens and animals from wool felt and embroidery floss, I don’t use a pattern. I cut shapes free hand and put them together over time before I start to stitch. I like the feel of the felt and the rich colors available. I like how a few simple stitches can create details and depth.”

“Making a collage with existing images from books and magazines is a much faster process but similar for me. I cut out and place images together in imagined landscapes where babies can fly and people of many different cultures, countries, ethnicities, and time periods all exist at once.”

In this show collages were made from up cycled images taken from 1940 – 1960 National Geographic magazines Kim found at the Manzanita Recycling & Transfer station. The felt pieces were stitched “during the long rainy days of winter.”

Art in the Library is sponsored by North Tillamook Library Friends.

Nehalem Bay Health District Board Meeting

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PUBLIC NOTICE

Nehalem Bay Health District Regular Board Meeting

3:00 PM, Wednesday, July 17, 2024
Location: Zoom remote video conferencing

This meeting is open to the public.

The Zoom link below is for members of the public who wish to attend

Join Zoom Meeting
us02web.zoom.us/j/85404402524?pwd=Sy9QWWhzME1aV25EVXJTcHVBOFQyUT09

The Zoom link can also be accessed at the Health District website: www:nehalembayhd.org

For general questions or to request meeting information contact: info@nehalembayhd.org

AGENDA
1. Call to order

2. Consent agenda
a. Minutes of June 19 board meeting and budget
hearing
b. President’s report

3. Quarterly financial review –
the accounting firm Berry Dunn will present

4. Community Outreach project and strategic planning:
Dr. Margaret Banyan, Portland State University

5. Health Center/Pharmacy project update

6. Discussion of revised meeting time(s)

7. Public comment

8. Items for the good of the order

9. Adjournment

BBQ posting protocol

Submitted By: barbaraandchuck@nehalemtel.net – Click to email about this post
Just a reminder BBQ posters:

All opinions are welcome. Name calling and threats of violence are not.

We reserve the right to refuse to post any message, quote, ad, attachment or image for any reason, including but not limited to: violating our posting protocol; containing ad hominem; vilification; shaming or other contemptuous language.

We deleted a post from today because it included name calling and a threat of violence.

Please share your thoughts and ideas respectfully.

Community Drum Circle July 11th at Rising Hearts Studio

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Hello BBQ Community-

Our Community Drum Circle is tomorrow, Thursday, July 11th at 6 PM, here at Rising Hearts Studio, we’ll be in the courtyard. Bring your percussion instruments-drum, rattle, shakers – and let’s have fun – This is a FREE event open to ALL, with donations gladly accepted.
Hope to see you there!

Rising Hearts Studio
35840 7th St
Hwy 101, Downtown Nehalem
(503) 800-1092
Christy@cosmichealingnw.com
“Lifting the community with education and services that promote healing on all levels.”

SECOND CALL! (Raw honey/RMS delivery next TUESDAY) 7/16

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Jeff and the JW Merc “Honey In A Hurry” home-or-office delivery will be in south Cannon Beach and north Tillamook County again this coming TUESDAY!!! (July 16th – in the afternoon hours).
Here’s the “menu”:
Raw Oregon Snowberry (light wildflower) honey – one gallon ONLY – $105
“really raw” Blodgett (coast range) Blackberry honey – two gallons ONLY – $100 each
Raw Marcola Wildflower (Willamette Valley) one HALF-gallon ONLY – $55
Raw Oregon Raspberry Blossom (Willamette Valley) – two HALF-gallons only – $55 each

QUARTS:
Raw Oregon Meadowfoam honey (Junction City) – $29 each
Raw WA “Northwest Nectar” honey (cranberry coast) – $29 each
Raw Oregon Pumpkin Blossom honey (almost gone!) – $32 each
Raw Blodgett Blackberry honey – $29 each
Real Vermont maple syrup (Barred Woods) – GLASS jar: $32
Real Vermont maple syrup (Barred Woods) – in white “jug” style container (BPA-free) – $28 each

PINTS – Raw Blueberry Wildflower (Siletz) – $20 each or take TWO for $38 (delicious)
Orders must be placed in advance – please note this is a DELIVERY trip (I bring the goods to your doorstep – this is NOT a “pop-up”) – reach out to Jeff SOON to get on the list – by e-mail: jwmerc@gmail.com – via text to Jeff’s cell: 208-424-0042 – or by instant message on the JW Merc Facebook page – cash or your good check PREFERRED (other options possible) – see you this coming TUESDAY JULY 16th!!!

Thank You from the Friends of Rockaway Beach Library

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The Friends of Rockaway Beach Library are grateful for the community’s support of our annual book sale. A big thank-you to the board members, spouses, neighbors, and friends who generously offered their time and helping hands on July 5 & 6. The funds raised by the book sale help fund building maintenance and keep our library facility functioning. Hope to see you next year!

Daily Book Sales at the Manzanita Library!

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Did you know that you can buy gently used books at our Manzanita library branch?  Come visit us at 571 Laneda Avenue, Monday through Friday (10-6) and Saturday (10-5).  Books for sale are in the community room.
 
Do you have books to donate?  That’s fabulous! Feel free to bring up to one bag/box a week of gently used books. Simply drop them off during library hours. Sorry, but the following books are NOT accepted; reference books, diet/nutrition books, software/computer guides, self-help, music or video media.  Please DO donate; novels, non-fiction, cookbooks, short stories & children’s books in good condition.  All Book Sale proceeds support our library building and grounds.

North Tillamook Library Friends Thanks You!

Lunch for School Kids during summer break

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Kid’s summer lunch program (Munch a Lunch) makes lunches available for kids. Grab and Go sites are Wheeler to Manzanita.
Lunches are available on Mondays and Wednesdays. The times and pick up spots are:
11 a.m. to 11:10 a.m. Nehalem Bay Elementary
11:20 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Manzanita Library Parking Lot
11:40 a.m. to 11:50 a.m.Nehalem Cemetery Parking Lot
Noon to 12:10 p.m. Bayside Garden Rd & Evergreen Way
12:20 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tohl Rd & Echanie Court

11 a.m. to 11:10 a.m. Wheeler (across from Post Office)
11:20 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Mohler Marker Parking Lot
11:40 a.m. to 11:50 a.m. Miami Foley and Foss Road
Noon to 12:10 p.m. White Clover Grange Parking Lot
12:20 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. McDonald Rd & Island Drive
OR
11:30 a.m. to noon Nehalem Bay United Methodist Church

SPECIAL NEEDS KITTEN NEEDS HELP to WALK AGAIN

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SPECIAL NEEDS KITTEN NEEDS a SPECIAL HUMAN to HELP HER WALK AGAIN!

Angelina is one of 10 kittens rescued from an animal hoarding / neglect situation. Her back legs were injured and she needs help strengthening her back legs to she can walk again. Angelina is a determined kitten & has a feisty spirit. Can you help her? She needs her back legs exercised regularly by a patient & loving human. Please contact United Paws if you can help Angelina.

United Paws phone 503-842-5663
Email: unitedpawshelp@gmail.com
Facebook United Paws of Tillamook