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Volunteer Opportunities at Tillamook Food Pantries

Tillamook County Area Food Pantry Volunteer Positions There are variety of volunteer opportunities with local area food pantries, various days and times and locations throughout the county.  For more information, please contact Melissa Carlson-Swanson, Branch Services Manager, Oregon Food Bank Tillamook County Services at mcswanson@oregonfoodbank.org with subject line of INTERESTED VOLUNTEER, or call 503.842.3154 ext. 1. Volunteer Positions: Intake: Greet clients/guests, interview using the Link2Feed Software, Record any changes for existing guests/clients, answer questions, and prepare for shopping. Shopper: Greet guest/shopper,... Read more →

CARE’s Warming Center Volunteer Training Meetings – Oct. 23 & Nov. 1

Would you like to help at CARE’s Tillamook Warming Center? On the coldest and most miserable nights in Tillamook would you like to help those experiencing homelessness? CARE is once again partnering with volunteers in the community to create a warming center to be opened when the weather creates conditions that are life threatening. We need volunteers to set up, clean up and staff the night time hours. The center will open at 8pm and close at 9am. All volunteers... Read more →

October 21-22, 2017 – Flooding in Tillamook

Thank you Jenny Bocko for the photos. Sunday morning in and around Tillamook — overflowing rivers and flooding throughout the area. The US National Weather service 24 hour rainfall totals from different reporting stations recorded anywhere from 3.5 to 4.5 inches in Tillamook; 6.5 to 7.5 inches in the Coast Range. Wow! Here are a couple view of the Fred Meyer intersection with Wilson River Loop from Adam Brecht. A few more photos from around Tillamook County: McCormick Loop as... Read more →

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month – Memorial Walk October 25th

Will you join us this month in Respecting Survivors? Display your purple awareness ribbons; invite TCWRC to speak to your community or faith group; make a donation to TCWRC’s Heart Guild. Join us in person on Wednesday, October 25 at noon at TCWRC, 1902 2nd Street, for our annual Memorial Walk to Carnahan Park to remember and honor victims of intimate partner violence. Respect Survivors. Let us be a community of respect, support, and healing. By Emily Fanjoy, Health Programs... Read more →

Tillamook County Animal Aid: Calling all Joggers, Runners, Hikers, and easy strollers!

We need you! Tillamook Animal Aid is seeking folks to come out and Jog with our Dogs! We have some high energy dogs who are very eager to get some wiggles out. Can you help them? Our theory is that a tired dog is a GOOD dog! Yet we need help. If you’re looking to add a little exercise in your life, some flat land jogging, or a nice wooded hike, come out to our place! Grab yourself one of... Read more →

Pacific City-Nestucca Valley Chamber seeks recommendations for annual awards by Oct. 25

The Pacific City-Nestucca Valley Chamber of Commerce is seeking recommendations for its annual awards, which will be handed out at the Chamber’s banquet on Dec. 5. Award categories are Volunteer of the Year, Business of the Year and Citizen of the Year. Members of the public interested in nominating a business or individual for this year’s awards are asked to send their suggestions along with a sentence or two about their recommendations to pcnvchamber@gmail.com. Nominations are due by Wednesday, Oct... Read more →

Friday, Oct. 20, 2017 – All ODF fire protection districts have ended their fire season

   The Oregon Department of Forestry officially ended fire season with the last district – Southwest Oregon – lifting fire restrictions at 9 a.m. today (Friday, Oct. 20). ODF firefighters suppressed over a thousand fires this year. The great majority were quickly contained at less than 10 acres. Invaluable to that effort was the help of private landowners, private contractors, local fire agencies, and state and federal partners, including out-of-state resources, some from as far away as North Carolina and Alberta,... Read more →

Letter to Editor: South County – Unraveling Our Infrastructure Dilemma

It is no secret that many of our roads, sidewalks, boat ramps, recreation areas and bike lanes are shipwrecked and have seen better days. While the Haystack area in Pacific City has well maintained roads and sidewalks, sidewalks or lack thereof outside that area become a danger for pedestrians. Poorly marked crosswalks make crossing dangerous, and safe bike lanes are lacking. Potholes, cracks, damaged road signs, and poorly designed access areas can have devastating effects on all categories of users.... Read more →

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