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Starting Saturday, Nov. 25th through Christmas Eve. Hours: Noon-6pm, Christmas Eve: Noon-4pm. Call 541-756-0433 for more info.
Local Habitat for Humanity is now accepting Qualifying Applications
Bay Area Habitat for Humanity is now accepting Qualifying Applications
for their Brush with Kindness/Critical Home Repair Program. This Qualifying Application cycle will be open November 6, 2017-December 1, 2017.
home repairs are defined as being detrimental to the health and/or
safety of the homeowner. Categories of repairs include, but are
not limited to: roof, windows, siding, entryways/porches, and ramps.
Coos Bay Area Habitat staff and volunteers complete the repair work.
Minimum program qualifications:
- Applicants must own the home.
- The home must be the primary residence of the homeowner for 2 or more years prior to application date.
- Applicants must be current on mortgage payments and property taxes.
Household income must be 60% or less of Coos County Area Median Income
(AMI). Gross income for all adults(18+) residing in the home will be
participants are expected to repay a portion of the material costs of
the repair project through an affordable, no-interest loan.
Participants will also be required to partner with Coos Bay Area
Habitat by contributing “sweat equity.” Some examples of
sweat equity include construction, painting, office work, special
events, and providing refreshments for volunteers.
Home Repair Qualifying Applications are available at: Coos Bay Area
Habitat’s ReStore, 776 S. 2nd St., Coos Bay; on our website, www.coosbayhabitat.org;
or by mail, call 541-756-9080. Qualifying Applications will be
processed as they are received. This application cycle closes at 5pm on
December 1, 2017.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
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