Purebred Or Mixed...Would You Like To Earn A Blue Ribbon For Your Dog!
might be interested in getting a ‘’Title “. This is
new for dogs from the American Kennel Club. Its called “Canine
Good Citizen” or CGC. It is open for all dogs whether pure bred
or mixed. Cost of test is only $10. Once you pass ,you will get a CGC
certificate ,a blue ribbon and a collar tag
Good Citizen test is very easy. It takes just a few minutes. While your
dog is on a leash he has to sit, lie down and come when called. He also
has to walk nicely on a leash and meet another dog . With the CGC tag
on your collar, you will be very proud of your dog when going out and
CGC program is designed to recognize dogs who have good manners at home
and in the community. This rapidly growing American Kennel Club program
stresses responsible dog ownership, basic training and good manners.
Besides that, Dogs love to please and be taught by their owners!
therapy dog groups require passing the CGC as a prerequisite to
becoming a therapy dog. Some insurance companies recommend CGC. Owners
of apartments sometimes require a CGC for resident dogs. Even RV parks
for certain dogs.
Our therapy group, Furry Friends Therapy Dogs will be holding our next test is Saturday, February 24th from 11am-1pm at
the Pony Village Accross from Harry Ritchie’s. The fee is $10.
Please come and join us. or call Joanna at 541-267-6258 or go online to furryfriendstherapydogs.org.
We look forward to seeing you and your dog there! Even if you do not
have a dog and would like to see the test, you are welcome.
On Broadway Thespians are proud to present “Annie” - the Musical!
is a Broadway musical based upon the popular Harold Gray 1920’S
comic strip “Little Orphan Annie,” with music by Charles
Strouse, lyrics by Martin Charnin, and book by Thomas Meehan.
It’s the extraordinary story of a spunky little orphan embarking
on a child Odyssey-like quest for her missing parents. Come sing with a
talented cast such iconic songs as “Tomorrow,” “Hard
Knock Life,” and “Think I’m Gonna Like It
Here,” among many other favorites.
by Joe Vos, Annie opens this coming friday February 9th at LTOB’s
newly refurbished Liberty Theatre located at 2100 Sherman Ave, North
Bend. Show times for Friday and Saturday evening performances is 7 pm,
with Sunday matinees at 2 pm. Box office opens one hour prior to
performance. This year, opening night proceeds to Annie will be
donated to “A Family For Every Child,” a wonderful
organization that heads up the foster care and adoption of children in
pass the word around, and show your support for both our talented cast
and worthy charity organization by attending opening night
performance! Tickets are $8 Seniors and Children 12 and under,
$10 Adults and all others.
Annie (February 9th through 25th, 2018). Tickets available @ LTOB Box Office 2100 Sherman Ave., North Bend, 541-756-4336, or online at thelibertytheatre.org.
A Night in Oz –Zonta’s 20th Annual Dinner and Auction
your Ruby Slippers out and plan to attend one of the biggest parties
and most successful fundraisers in town! A semi-formal event with
a plated dinner, DJ music and dancing. The evening includes a
silent and live auction to raise funds to be distributed locally and
globally for the health, education and economic well-being of
women. Our 2016-2017 local funding included $30,000 in grant
awards to local non-profits, $14,500 in academic scholarships and
$17,000 to the Little Red Schoolhouse school supply project for all
Coos County schools.
February 24, 2018 The Mill Casino and Hotel
Auction and Dancing Seating is limited – for tickets, to sponsor
a table or become a corporate sponsor for the event please
contact Genelle Hanken at 541-396-3329 or Julie Reed at
The Local Chapter Of The Catholic Daughters Of The Americas Will Be Offering One Scholarship This Year
local chapter of the Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Our Lady of
the Sea, Court #2405. will be offering one (1) $1500.00 scholarship
this year. This scholarship is for a woman that is 25 years of age or
older, who wishes to start or continue their education. Applicants
must be a resident of the Oregon South Coast, from Florence to
Brookings, and must use their scholarship at a college, tech or
vocational school. There is NO restrictions of race or religion.
Applications MUST be postmarked by April 16, 2018 and will be voted on
by our scholarship committee and the winner will be notified and
presented their award at the Annual Tea on May 12, 2018. Applications
are available at the Coos Bay and North Bend Libraries, Southwestern
Community College Library, Holy Redeemer Catholic Church and St.
Monica’s Catholic Church.
Return applications to:
CDA Scholarship Committee, 68248 North Bay Rd, North Bend OR 97459.
For any additional questions, contact Susan Kulick at 541-297-0552.
Having Difficulty Affording Prescription Eye Glasses? New Eyes for the Needy
Eyes purchases new prescription eyeglasses for low-income individuals
in the U.S. through a voucher program. To be eligible for our program,
Meet household requirements for low-income.
had a recent eye exam with a pupillary distance measurement. New Eyes
does not pay for eye exams. Contact Us if you need assistance in
locating a source of free or low-cost eye exams.
no other resources available to them to pay for glasses, including
federal or state programs or assistance from local charitable
A New Eyes voucher provides a basic pair of single or lined bifocal eyeglasses.
cannot apply for themselves. The online application is only accessible
to social service agencies who apply on their clients behalf.
OHP/WOAH clients: Contact Lovena Flaherty at 541-269-7400
North Bend Medical Center clients: Contact your provider.
SNAP Recipients Eligible For Free Career Services Through Southwestern
Bay, OR – SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) Recipients
are eligible for free Career Coaching services from Southwestern Oregon
Community College through a new program called STEP (SNAP Training
& Education Program).
Individuals and families receiving SNAP Benefits can contact Genavieve Sharkey at 541-888-1647 or Genavieve.firstname.lastname@example.org with questions and to determine eligibility.
include: Employer Connections, Resume and Cover Letter Assistance,
Interview and Job Search Skills, College Readiness and Education
Planning, Financial Aid and Scholarship Navigation, Community Resources
and Referrals, and more!
Volunteer to Help Families!
Coast Family Harbor needs your help! We are in need of volunteers for
our program. If you like to work with children we have a place for
you. We can also use help with answering phones, fund raising and
washing donations and sorting them. We also need Board
Members. If you can’t volunteer maybe you can help with a
donation to the baby closet. We are in need of diapers and pull
ups size 4 -6 and wipes. We take gently used items so if
you are looking for a place to donate your items we would love to have
them. We take just about anything that a baby or child under 5
might use. Thank you.
Call 541-982-3090 or visit the website at www.southcoastfamilyharbor.org.
Free Traditional Dance Class Offered in North Bend
South Coast Folk Society welcomes public participation in its new free
traditional dance class for beginners. This class meets every Monday for two hours starting at 7:00PM.
The North Bend Housing Authority has provided their spacious meeting
room for this free weekly class. They are located at 1700 Monroe Street
in North Bend. Singles, couples and families will enjoy this
light-hearted social gathering. Drop-ins are always welcome at every
is a beginner’s level class. No previous dance experience is
required. All ages and abilities can have fun dancing to live music
provided by area musicians. The emphasis will be on traditional dances
from America and around the world. These include squares and circles,
line dances and set dances, folk and ballroom dances. Many of the
dances will be accompanied by live music, and musicians are invited to
join in. All dances will be taught, and no partner is needed. For more
information email email@example.com or call Paul at 541-404-8267.
North Bend Housing Authority is a smoke and fragrance free venue.
Children must be accompanied by a responsible supervising adult. Light
refreshments will be available.
Tech Soup Friday