Weekly SMART Recovery Meeting

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SMART stands for Self-Management and Recovery Training. This is more than an acronym: it is a transformative method of moving from addictive substances and negative behaviors to a life of positive self-regard and willingness to change.

We have a local meeting every Tuesday at 4pm at St. Catherine’s Church on Hwy 101

For more information about SMART go to SMARTRecovery.org.

Nehalem Bay health District Regular Meeting

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PUBLIC NOTICE
Nehalem Bay Health District
Regular Meeting
7:00 PM, Wednesday, August 10, 2022
Location: Zoom Remote Video Conferencing
This Meeting is open to the public.
The Zoom link is below for members of the public who wish to attend
us02web.zoom.us/j/83517178834
Direct your questions to:
nbhdistrict@gmail.com

Agenda
7:00 PM NBHD Regular Meeting Agenda
I. Call to order
II. Nehalem Bay Health District’s DEI Statement
III. Consent Agenda:
A. Approval of NBHD July minutes
B. CEO’s July financial report
IV. Public comment
V. New Business
A. CEO project update
B. Discussion of board expansion and consideration of
proposed resolution
C. Resolution 0222-07 Change of board meeting schedule
D. District’s logo
VI. Old Business
A. Website buildout and content update
B. Proposed CEO job description update discussion and approval
C. Update on housing development survey
D. New projects update
1. Congressionally directed funding
2. Development of financing package
3. Architecture engagement
Adjournment

CHILD Program & Back to School

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Thank you to all who are supporting the CHILD Program run by the Methodist Church in Nehalem. You are helping our kids with back to school clothing and supplies. Today I have 6 girls on my list who need back to school supplies. All the following Girls need backpacks and water bottles, #163B, age 11, grade 6, #166B,age 12, grade 7, #131B,age 13, grade , #168A, age 14, grade 9, #170A, age 15, grade 10, and #176A, age 15, grade 10. All 6 of these girls need school supplies including: pens/pencils, pencil sharpener, erasers, colored pencils, scientific calculator, protractor, ruler, scissors, highlighters, glue sticks, pocket folders, spiral notebooks (college rule) composition book (college rule), 3 ring zippered binder, 2 1/2 inch 3 ring binder, and notebook paper (college rule). The CHILD program would like all these items collected and back to the church with their tag numbers by August 13th. Items can be returned to the Methodist Church in Nehalem. If you have questions please call CHILD, 503-368-5612. Again, many thanks for getting our kids off to a great start this school year.

TEP- Now Hiring Accounting Manager

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Join the TEP team in beautiful Garibaldi Oregon!

Tillamook Estuaries Partnership now has sustainable funding to support a Accounting Manager full time with benefits.

We are seeking a qualified individual comfortable working closely with grant officers, auditors, partner organizations, federal and state agencies to help manage the finances for our non-profit organization.

For full job description and instructions on applying visit our website at the link below.
www.tbnep.org/join-our-growing-financial-team.php

Apply by: September 1st, 2022 by 5:00pm PST
Salary range: $45,000 – $58,600

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
*Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business, or related discipline preferred (work experience and/or Associate’s degree may substitute for the Bachelor’s degree)
*Minimum of five years of experience related to accounting and fiscal management
*Proficiency with QuickBooks (minimum three years experience)
*Proficiency with Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, and Adobe or other similar software
*Proof of valid driver’s license and current auto liability insurance at time of appointment (and maintained throughout employment with TEP)

Hoffman Gallery August Show

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Hoffman Gallery Show August 2022
August 4-28 | 1:00-5:00pm
Thursdays through Sundays
Opening Reception August 6 | 3:00-5:00pm
Hoffman Center for the Arts | 594 Laneda Avenue | Manzanita

Featuring the works of ALXSw,
George Wilson, and Kopali Serna

Artists’ statement: ALXSw –

“Studying martial arts introduced me to Shodo and Zen traditional works. I’ve been deeply impacted by studying the use of empty space in the works of Zen Reishis. Additionally, the placement of an artist’s chops (the red seals) are the final balancer of a composition. Like most 2D arts the first works of a student of Shodo (the art of the brush) are precise, structured, predictable as identifiable kanji or phrases, as with realism in western painting; the orange in a bowl is predictably recognizable. There is no strain or inquiry required to extract any particular meaning.”

Artists’ statement” George Wilson –

“I paint watercolors, soaking the paper, sometimes on both sides and applying washes of color and tone wet on wet to create atmosphere and form. As the paper dries I add detail and structure using sketchbook and memory as source material. I like to paint the shapes of birds and sea stacks; the vertical staccato of old river pilings, the wake of ducks on the river.”

Artists’ statement: Kopali Serna –

“This series explores the story of a hearth that lay frozen for generations but has undergone a time of thawing and regeneration. I conceptualized the series from my perspective as a self-taught indigenous artist, at one point separated from my traditions through the impact of colonization, but now intuitively and joyfully rejoined.”

The gallery is free and open to the public.

To learn more about the August exhibit, visit hoffmanarts.org/events/august-2022-gallery-show/

August at Buttercup Homemade Ice Creams & Chowders

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Starts tomorrow:

ICE CREAMS

Peanut Butter & Jelly on brown butter cone
Burnt Chocolate on salted marcona almond cone
Marshmallow on chocolate-dipped graham cracker cone
White Chocolate Cheesecake w/Raspberry Swirl on vanilla bean cone
Peach Cobbler w/Bourbon Caramel on toasted pecan cone
Thai Coconut Coffee (vegan) on vegan/gluten-free cone
Lavender Lemonade Sorbet (vegan) on vanilla vegan/gluten-free cone

SEMIFREDDOS

Strawberry Shortcake
Tiramisu

CHOWDERS

NW Clam Chowder
Provencal Fish Chowder
Mexican Street Corn Chowder (vegetarian)
Thai Red or Green Curry Chowder (vegan)

SALAD

Organic greens, gorgonzola, toasted hazelnuts, fresh strawberry vinaigrette

HOMEMADE DRINKS

French Press Coffee…our own Buttercup blend
Cold Press Coffee
Vietnamese Iced Coffee…dairy, sugar-free
Ginger Drink
Honey Lavender Lemonade
Neahkahnie Fog Iced Tea

We’re located in Nehalem at 35915 Hwy 101 North
Call ahead and we’ll have your order ready 503 368 CHOW

CHILD Program & Back to School

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The CHILD Program, run by the Methodist Church in Nehalem is currently helping to buy Clothing and School Supplies for the school year coming up. Tags listing age, grade, and gender are in different businesses in our area. There are some tags with school supplies and some with clothing. There are two tags for boys who need clothing. Tag #080B is for a boy age 13, grade 7. He needs pants, men’s small, tops, men’s small, jacket, men’s medium, and tennis shoes, size 10. His favorite color is black. Tag #069B is for a boy age 5, who is in kindergarten. He needs pants, boys size 6 and shoes size 1.5 youth. His favorite colors are black and red. Tag #153D is for a girl age 4 who is in pre-school. She needs a backpack and water bottle, fat crayons, fat pencils, washable markers, glue sticks, scribble pad and blunt scissors. Tag#165A is for a girl age 8 in 3rd. grade. She needs a backpack & water bottle, pencils, pencil sharpener, erasers, crayons, colored pencils, markers, glue sticks, highlighter, scissors, ruler, wide rule notebook paper, and a three ring binder. Your gifts can be returned to the Methodist Church. Please try to return by August 13th. If you have questions please call 503-368-5612. Many thanks for helping our kids get a good start to the school year! Other tags are in Columbia Bank, US Bank, and Manzanita Grocery & Deli in Manzanita. The Nehalem Lumber Yard and the Methodist Church in Nehalem. More tags tomorrow!

Health District Receives Welcome Jump Start to Develop New Health Center/Pharmacy

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NEHALEM BAY HEALTH DISTRICT
P.O. Box 6, 278 Rowe Street
Wheeler, OR 97147
Ph: 503-368-5119
nbhdistrict@gmail.com

For Immediate Release
August 2, 2022

Health District Receives Welcome Jump Start to Develop New Health Center/Pharmacy

New Center Would Be Built in Wheeler and Will Create New Opportunities for Housing for Health Care Workers

Efforts by the Nehalem Bay Health District to improve primary health care delivery in north Tillamook County have received a major boost thanks to Oregon Senators Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden.

Earlier this year the health district asked to be considered for “congressionally directed funding” to finance a portion of a new primary health care center and pharmacy in Wheeler. Merkley and Wyden announced recently that the requests have been included in proposals approved by the Senate Appropriations Committee where Merkley is a member.

The request for $3 million constitutes a major jump start for the district’s funding plan for the new health center/pharmacy.

“A new, state of the art health care center and pharmacy will truly be a transformative development in north Tillamook County,” said Marc C. Johnson, President, Nehalem Bay Health District. “The new health center/pharmacy will double the size of the current aging facility, allowing better delivery of services including specialty care, to more residents and visitors. The Nehalem Bay Health District is enormously grateful to Senators Merkley and Wyden for understanding and supporting quality health care close to home in rural Oregon.”

Johnson said the district is enormously gratified by the broad community support shown for the project, including endorsements of the congressional funding request from the Tillamook County Commissioners; the mayors of Wheeler, Nehalem and Manzanita; the Neahkahnie School District (which partners with the existing clinic on a School Based Health Center on its campus); the Emergency Volunteer Corps of Nehalem Bay; CARE, the non-profit social service agency in Tillamook County; and Oregon state senator Rachel Armitage.

All who endorsed the project understand the need to provide quality health care services close to where people live and work in rural Oregon.

“This level of community support clearly helps position the project for success, and the support had to be impressive to Senators Merkley and Wyden,” Johnson said. He said the entire board deeply appreciates the community support.

The district envisions construction the new facility on a 1.3-acre parcel directly adjacent to Highway 101 in Wheeler. The district purchased the property last summer and has done substantial preliminary design work, including geotechnical studies and coordination with the city of Wheeler.

The new facility is envisioned as a 19,000 square foot medical center and pharmacy on two levels. The new health center will contain expanded exam rooms, specialty suites, staff work and meeting areas and a significantly larger pharmacy.

The district is working to finalize an overall funding plan for the health center and pharmacy, including an approach to upgrade and revitalize the existing Nehalem Valley Care Center in Wheeler, a 48-bed skilled nursing facility that is one of the few facilities of its kind on the Oregon coast.

The district intends, once the health center and pharmacy are relocated to the new site in Wheeler, as part of its long-term strategy and subject to community approval, to repurpose a portion of its existing campus to address a critical community need – workforce housing opportunities for workers at the health center and Care Center.

The district is also committed to working with the North County Food Bank, currently housed in the old Wheeler hospital, to identify a suitable location for a new food bank facility.

The district welcomes community involvement in its planning and development and holds two regular meetings every month – the second Wednesday for health district business and the fourth Wednesday for Care Center business. The public is invited to attend the meetings that are held on Zoom.

For more meeting and general information: nehalembayhd.org/

How to show your support for Northcoast BBQ

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Chuck and Barbara have been providing FREE access to the Northcoastbbq for over 15 years. (Chuck does all the work!)

If you would like to show your appreciation for this free service please consider sending a donation to support our local Grub Club.

To do so, please write a check to Nehalem Bay United Methodist Church (NBUMC) and designate “Grub Club” on the memo line. Donations may be dropped off at the church or mailed to POB 156, Nehalem, OR 97131.

Here are the details as posted earlier by: knappgj@yahoo.com

Our local kids need help with food insecurity this summer. Our North County connection with other Grub Clubs in the area has become fragile with many competing for the same resources.
The Nehalem Bay United Methodist Church volunteers make 800-1000 lunches per week for 8 weeks every summer. These cost about $2 per lunch.. USDA will only reimburse if we hand them out at a communal meal site. This is a problem for rural areas. Our kids are spread out so that volunteer drivers deliver to 15 different locations 3 times a week,

It will cost about $8000 more than we currently have to continue the program.

If you would like to donate money to this very worthy cause, please write a check to NBUMC and designate “Grub Club” on the memo line. Donations may be dropped off at the church or mailed to POB 156, Nehalem, OR 97131.

Pest Control

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Accepting new clients at J.Marie Salon+Spa

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Moving to Nehalem to enjoy a quieter way of living. Starting August 9th Myriah will be working at J.Marie Salon+Spa. Specializing in haircuts.
Myriah has been doing hair services in Mcminnville since 2000.
Feel free to text 971-241-2235 to schedule your appointment. Looking forward to meeting you.

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Weedwacking, Hedging, pruning, fine tuning and haul away

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Hi there,

My name is Jared. I live in nehalem. I’ve been helping the community with different projects in their yards this summer. I’m 39, healthy, kind, and reliable.

SERVICES I’ve completed; Anything from Pond maintenance, to sharpening up a beautiful zen garden, large and small scale weed whacking, hedge trimming, brush trimming, small tree removal and pruning, and firewood cutting, as well as different types of hauling to transfer station. I have a power washer too.

NEIGHBORS have been wonderful making a comfortable donation, and I’ll always work something out. I’ve enjoyed this mindful work, So I’m continuing thru the fall.

FEEDBACK
Please see what Karrie in our community posted in her own community news letter. So grateful and I was prompted to share. I have other referrals as well.

Call, text or email anytime.
503-707-2174

I’m here to give you a hand!

Jared

Handyman Services Available for Hire!

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Hello BBQ,
I’ma local Nehalem man.
A father of 3 beautiful young ladies and
I’m searching for some extra work.

I’m a jack of all trades.
My skills include:

*Heavy Equipment Operater
*Licensed driver
*Yard work
*Painting
*Skilled Car Mechanic
*Transporter
*Pet Sitter & Walker
and Lots more! If you have something in mind just ask.
Most likely I’m your man!
Please Call:
H: 503-368-7205
C: 971-601-3364

(Feel free to text my cell but NO emails please.)

Stay Cool and have a wonderful day

Don’t forget Pop Up Crystal Sales Every Saturday through August

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Hello,
Don’t forget to stop by and visit the pop up crystal sales, every Saturday through August, at Rising Hearts Studio- in downtown Nehalem. There is a beautiful selection of One of a kind specimens, Rough and polished stones and carvings, as well as other metaphysical tools, for you to choose from. All product is ethically sourced and reiki infused for your healing. Thank you for your continued support.
Cosmic Healing NW 35840 7th St, Nehalem, OR 97131 (503) 800-1092 (text only) Christy@cosmichealingnw.com

Hoffman Gallery July Show Final Weekend

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Hoffman Gallery July 2022
June 30-July 31 | 1:00-5:00pm, Thursday through Sunday
Hoffman Center for the Arts
594 Laneda Avenue | Manzanita
Featuring the works of
Laura Ross-Paul and Diana Crain

Potter’s Nook featuring Works of Tara Spires-Bell (open same hours as the Gallery)

Read more about the exhibit and view each artists’ bio and work at hoffmanarts.org/events/june-2022-gallery-show-2/

Rice & Shine Opening Hours

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Rice & Shine food truck opens from 1 to 7pm, Wednesday to Saturday. This week we are featuring Korean Steak (Bulgogi) Sandwich/Rice. It tastes heavenly good on either bun or rice and comes with a side Asian slaw. If you haven’t tried it yet, hurry up to Rice & Shine while they last.
Rice & Shine is located at 65 Rorvik in Wheeler, behind the post office on Highway 101. You can call ahead to order 503-300-8568 or order on-line riceandshine360.com.

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Last Week For Poetry Walk

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Enjoy the last week of the Manzanita Poetry Walk. Original short poems by local writers are tucked all along Laneda Avenue in Manzanita.

Pick up your walking map at the Manzanita Visitor’s Center 11-3 Wednesdays through Sundays or any time at the Hoffman Center. Buy raffle tickets for your favorites at the Hoffman Gallery- open Thursdays through Sundays 1-5.