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Double your SNAP dollars at the Farmers Market Download the flyer. Food Bucks Summer Flier Southern 2017  (PDF)  

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Men’s Day Celebration – Saturday, June 17, 2017 Featuring a local writing competition: Write about who was the most positive male influence in your life. An educational event introducing International Men’s Day. Coos Bay Public Library, Cedar Room. 1 – 3 pm, Saturday, June 17, 2017. Sponsored by Human Rights Advocates of Coos County. Deadline for […]

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We welcome nonprofit newsletters in PDF form (under 2MB per file). Just email them to CJ@cooshub.org for posting to the Newsletter Archive.

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Several Community Health Assessments/Plans have been added to our Library. View them.

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To learn more about the 211info services in Coos County, see our summary page.

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We have starting posting materials here to the Coos Hub as follow-up to the Homeless Summit held in Coos Bay on April 14, 2017. Please check the Recap page over the next few weeks for more materials. You can direct questions and comments to CJ O’Connor, Editor by emailing cj@cooshub.org To see the current knowledge […]

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Oregon Coast Community Action (ORCCA) is pleased to present our 2017 Community Needs Assessment. Since 1965, ORCCA has worked to provide services and resources to help empower individuals and families facing poverty. By assessing and understanding regional needs, we can ensure that our programming aligns with both our mission and the needs of the communities […]

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Dear non-member friends of CONNECT! the Boardwalks – We’re well into another year already, and we’re asking you to consider joining in our effort to move the Coos Waterfront Walkway forward. The walkway signposts at the North Bend end of the walkway should be in place within the month.  Completion of this project is the […]

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Hard work by the Travel Oregon group is helping bring people to the south coast to share in our beautiful area that we live and work in. And it was the hard work and collaboration of communities working together as Wild Rivers Connect that made a big difference in creating a new economy on the […]

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Post-election, this is a time to come together to heal, provide and receive support, and strategize for the future. Engage in discussions on individual and community impact and possible actions to protect and enhance our communities under the new national political composition. Join the Facebook group: Hope & Solidarity [https://www.facebook.com/groups/communitysolidarity/] Invite others to join. If […]

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