Coquille Tribal Community Fund announces 2010 grant recipients

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February 2010 Recipients. Photo taken at The Mill Casino and Hotel

 

The Coquille Indian Tribe established the community fund in 2001 as a way to
share profits from The Mill Casino with community organizations. Since its
inception, the fund has distributed close to $3.5 million to support
charitable efforts throughout the region.

The following organizations received funds this year.

* Bandon Community Youth Center – $2,500 for job skills development program.
* Bay Area Senior Activity Center – $5,000 for senior lunch program.
* CASA of Lane County – $5,000 for volunteer screening, training and supervision.
* Christian Help Food Bank – $5,000 for snack pack program and food purchases.
* Community Emergency Resources & Vital Services – $5,000 for food bank and children’s school supplies.
* Community Sharing Program – $2,500 for holiday meal boxes.
* Coos Art Museum – $2,000 for 2010 Biennial Student Art Exhibit.
* Coos Bay Police Dept. – $2,500 for crime prevention program.
* Coos Bay Seventh Day Adventist Food Pantry – $6,000 for food purchases.
* Coos County Friends of Public Health – $2,500 for women’s health service vouchers.
* Coos County Historical Society – $70,000 for waterfront museum and plaza.
* Coos County Public Health – $2,500 for exam vouchers for teens.
* Coos County RSVP – $3,500 for mileage reimbursement for volunteers.
* Coquille Valley Art Association – $3,000 for replacement kiln and improvements.
* Ecumenical Emergency Food Cupboard – $5,000 for food purchases.
* Egyptian Theatre Preservation Assoc. – $6,500 for stage lighting.
* Ellensburg Theater Company – $3,600 for ADA compliance for new theater.
* Florence Food Share – $2,500 for food purchases.
* Friends of South Slough Reserve – $11,100 for the Aquaria project.
* Lower Umpqua Community Center – $5,000 for new kitchen flooring.
* Mental Health Assoc. of SW Oregon – $6,000 for Living Well with Chronic Conditions program.
* Music on the Bay – $10,000 for stage roof and handicap access.
* Myrtle Point Senior Center – $1,000 for window replacement.
* ORCCA-CASA – $5,000 for training and support of volunteers.
* ORCCA-Emergency Housing – $3,000 for emergency housing program.
* ORCCA-Share Bear Snack Pack program – $5,000 for supplemental weekend food.
* ORCCA-South Coast Food Share – $5,000 for transportation costs.
* Over the Rainbow, Inc. – $2,000 for horse feed.
* Parent Partnership, Ltd. – $5,500 for McKinney Homeless Youth program.
* Planned Parenthood of SW Oregon – $5,000 for educational programs.
* Powers Action Team – $3,750 for projector and screen for Saturday Nite Movies in the Park.
* Powers Food Pantry – $6,000 for food purchases.
* Powers School District – $2,500 for equipment for Native Species Center.
* Rogue Gallery & Art Center – $2,000 for Drop in & Draw program.
* Rogue Valley Habitat for Humanity – $2,500 for drywall and insulation for new home.
* Shelter Care – $5,000 for prescription drug program for the homeless.
* SMART – $5,000 to provide program to 34 children.
* South Coast Business Employment Corp. – $12,000 for senior meals.
* South Coast Community Garden Assoc. – $3,475 for a shed.
* Southern Oregon Adolescent Study & Treatment Center – $6,000 for pre-vocational work-study program.
* Star of Hope Activity Center – $3,000 for new equipment for Oregon Connection.
* Triangle Food Box – $5,000 for food purchases.
* University of Oregon Museum of Natural History – $6,575 for a compact storage system.
* Walter Graham Food Pantry – $10,000 for food purchases.
* Women’s Safety and Resource Center – $18,000 for a sexual assault advocate.
* Zonta (Coos Bay area) – $5,000 for the Little Red Schoolhouse Project.

The Mill Casino Winemaker’s Dinner Welcomes Richard Alvord & Patricia Gustafson of Whistling Ridge Vineyard

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The Mill Casino Hotel & RV Park will be hosting another Winemakers Dinner on Sunday, March 28, 2010.  These dinners have become popular with locals and visitors alike because we traditionally feature a locally owned and operated winery and pair their best wines with our best dishes.

Our next Wine Makers dinner will team Richard Alvord & Patricia Gustafson, owners of Whistling Ridge Vineyard, with our Executive Chef, Dan Catanio. For $65 , diners will  enjoy four courses, paired four vintages, in an intimate and delightful setting with the Winemakers and Chef.  

Whistling Ridge Vineyard has been family owned and operated since 1989 and occupies eight acres in the northern Willamette Valley, near Newberg. What began as one block of Chardonnay 108 clones in 1989 has grown into 15+ acres of vines including Pinot Noir,
Chardonnay, and Pinot Gris. For “experimentation and fun”, they also grow some Riesling, Muscat, Schonburger, Gewürztraminer,
and Pinot Blanc in
small quantities

We recommend checking our their Wine Maker’s Notes before the dinner to get a better idea of what your palate will be in for.  All of their wines are from the Ribbon Ridge AVA.

The event begins at 4pm on Sunday, March 28: Be sure to join our Facebook event page for information and invite your friends. For Tickets information, contact Kol-Kwel Gifts= Toll-free / 800.953.4800 & Local / 541.756.8800

Comedy in March! Huck Flyn, Rodney Genther, Geof Sargent

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Huck Flyn, March 3, 2010

Huck Flynn is a California comedian with a country background brought
up in rural Thousand Oaks, California, an LA suburb. Huck grew up with
a country & rockabilly influence of Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy
Orbison, Creedence Clearwater Revival and others. Huck covers the
musical gambit and his sense of humor reaches out to all.
http://www.myspace.com/huckflyn

Rodney Genther, March 3, 2010

Rodney Genther's comedy style is much like christian rock, there is
usually some crap about jesus and it usually makes christians cry. That
being said, his comedy does feature jesus along with many other
interesting topics that require thought and rely on precise references.
Rodney believes that commercial comedy is the basis for cheap laughs
and is completely against this. As for the content of Rodney's topics
and references….well, let's just say that more than one person has
gone home wondering exactly where Rodney will wind up in hell.
http://www.myspace.com/rodneygenther

Geof Sargent, March 10, 2010

Geof Sargent always produces laughs with a no-holds-barred look inside
his real life. From working on a chicken farm to selling cemetery
property, this Denver native has plenty to draw on. His Comedy career
has been equally diverse. He has worked as a corporate headliner for
IBM as well as performing with Tommy Chong in concert [ he preferred
the latter ]. The headlining act for the World Alpine Skiing
Championships and opening for top musical acts in large concert venues
are other examples of his wide range of appeal.
http://www.myspace.com/geofsargent

Jennifer Rich, March 10, 2010

ennifer won Funniest New Female Comic in 1991 at
Hilarities in Florida. She moved to Los Angeles in December of 1992
with a one hundred dollar bill and $22.00 in rolled coins. Jennifer
doesn't live on the edge, she IS the edge. In LA, she produced “Comedy
Girlfriends”, an all female show which got great reviews in
Drama-Logue.She is now a Paid Regular at The Comedy Store and has
toured the North West, Nevada and Florida. Jennifer starred in the
Children's Film, “The Bug Outbreak of 2004″ and continued on to be a
Finalist in the 2004 San Diego Comedy Festival.

http://www.comedysoapbox.com/comedianstemplate.cfm?comedianID=2520

Tonya Kaye with Rick Price, March 17, 2010

Tonya Kaye has spent the last decade honing her
skills not only as a comic but as an actress as well, appearing in a
number of television shows and movie appearances.
Originally from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma she’s a force to be reckoned
with as she spins her down home humor behind flawless beauty and a
wicked southern drawl. She holds nothing back in her fast paced and
unexpurgated look within herself and the world around her. Her
likeability the moment she walks onstage is obvious and you would never
expect the Pandora’s box of comedy tidbits about to be unleashed on an
unsuspecting audience. Fasten your seat belt its going to be a bumpy
night.
http://www.myspace.com/surfcomic

Rick Pulido with Rick Morris, March 24, 2010

Rick looks at life, turns it upside down like a
lens on a camera and people laugh. His words are amplified with inflections,
sound effects and animated body and facial contractions. Rick is one of the best
at his craft and has proven it time and time again. He can be seen as a
headliner in comedy clubs across the country and soon on his own television show
“The Toy Maker.”
http://www.offkilterentertainment.com/rickpulidopage.htm

Paul Myerhaug, March 31, 2010

Described as being a 'party comic,' Myrehaug is very laid back and
relaxed on stage as he jokes about everything from cougars (the human
variety) to possible terrorist attacks on Toronto.
He's not worried about that last one though. Apparently Al-Qaeda terrorists are
morning people and he goes to bed around 7 a.m.
Facebook.com

Toby Muresianu, March 31, 2010

Toby Muresianu started stand-up while studying computer science and
psychology. After a few years in scientific research and software
engineering, he realized those pipe dreams wouldn't pan out and fell
back on a career in performance art. Onstage, he uses insight and
absurdity to target topics from technology to politics to food with
jokes that will stick with you long after the show. Based in San
Francisco, he tours nationally and has appeared at the Boston Comedy
Festival, The Bumbershoot Music Festival, the Bridgetown Comedy
Festival, and many more.

The Mill Casino Hotel & RV Park Will Be Southcoast Clambake Jazz Festival Headquarters: Mar 12 -14, 2010

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The Mill Casino Hotel and RV Park welcomes the Southcoast Clambake Jazz Festival March 12-14, 2010. 

This annual musical event is one of our favorite Oregon Coast festivals of the year.  We love that it celebrates the unique and distinct culture of American Music: Dixieland, Big Band, Jump & Jive, Rock & Roll, Zydeco, Blues and Doo-wop.  The event features Live Music, Dance Lessons & Demonstrations, Vendors and ‘20s to ‘60s Dance Attire is encouraged. Click here for a complete list of bands and their schedule.

The festival headquaters will be here at The Mill Casino but events will take place throughout Coos Bay and North Bend all weekend.  Participants are also encouraged to come early and stay late to tour and experience the beauty of the South Oregon Coast; we recommend you visit The Coos Bay – North Bend Visitor & Convention Bureau Website.

$10,000 Luau brunch & drawing, St.Patrick’s Day slot tournaments, and other casino events in March

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Slot Tournament

Wednesday, March 17
Win your share of $1,000

St.Patrick’s Day slot tournaments
Club members
Enter both tournaments FREE
10 am – 2 pm and 3-7 pm
First place scores $250!

Poker Bounty

Texas Hold’em Bounty Tournaments
Sundays 1pm
Registration begins at 12:30pm

$10 bounty for every player – $100 bounty most wanted player.
Eliminate a player to get a bounty. Additional $50 bounty for 2nd most
wanted (if 12 players or more) and $50 for 3rd most wanted (if 23
players or more). $10 entry fee (pays bounty) plus a $50 buy-in. $20
add-on, once only, end of third round.
Bonus: 5 hours of tracked live poker play the week prior to each tournament waives the $10 entry fee. Seating is limited.

Insurance Poker

Every Tuesday starting at 4 pm
Buy in for $35
Buy a $10 re-buy
insurance card good for your first $20 re-buy!
This tournament is limited to the first 33 players!
A house fee of $5 comes out of each player’s
buy-in. Unlimited $20 re-buys ($2,500 tournament chips) for the first
hour; one add on at the end of the fourth round for $2,500 in chips for
$20.

Poker Gone Wild

Thursdays at 4 pm

Poker Gone Wild
No-Limit Texas Hold ‘em Tournaments

There’s a Joker in the deck – and it’s wild!

Feb. 16 – March 19, 2010
$10,000 Luau brunch & drawing
Valued at over $10,000 in vacation trips and cash.

Grand Prize:
7 nights in Hawaii & $1500 cash!
Six lucky players win $100 and 4 lucky players win a trip for two:
2nd Prize: 4-day cruise on the Mexican Riviera, $1,000 cash
3rd Prize: 2-day spa and suite retreat at Kah·Nee·Ta, $500 cash
4th Prize: 2-day retreat at Kah·Nee·Ta, $500 cash

Win a hand-paid jackpot and/or $1,000 in Table Games for an invitation to the Luau Brunch and Grand Prize drawing.

Geocaching Lodging Specials: The Oregon's Adventure Coast Challenge This Weekend!

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Geocachers from all over will be coming to North Bend this weekend to participate in the The Oregon’s
Adventure Coast Challenge!

What is Geocaching? This is an exciting outdoor activity or “treasure hunt” in which participants use
a GPS device to hunt down containers or “geocaches”.  The challenge is to locate a number of interesting and historical
locations by coordinates throughout Oregon’s Adventure Coast and answer
specific questions about each location. You’ll be taken throughout Coos
County to answer these questions and will be treated to outstanding
beauty along the way.

Local geocachers along with help from the Oregon Connection will
be hosting a tournament February 13 featuring trackable commemorative
myrtlewood geocoins, lodging geospecials, secret caches and so much
more!!  Visit Oregon’s Adventure Coast Event Page for more details.

We are also offering visitors a Geocaching Lodging Special: $89.00, plus tax in The Mill Casino Lodge through April 30, 2010.
Includes coordinates to Oregon’s Adventure coast secret cache!  Visit our hotel reservation page to check availability!

South Coast Clambake Jazz Festival, Winemaker's Dinner Whistling Ridge, and Events to come in March

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Jazz Festival

Various Artists

March 14, 2010

South Coast Clambake Jazz Festival
March 12, 13 & 14, 2010

Thursday Festival Warm-up 7:00 pm $10 at the door

Friday – 3:30 pm

Saturday & Sunday – 10 am
Doors open 30 minutes prior to start of concert. 

Bands of 2010

  • Fulton Street Jazz Band (Traditional)
  • Gator Beat (Zydeco)
  • It’s About Time Big Band (Big Band)
  • The Mixers (Swing/Jazz)
  • Soulpie (Blues & Soul)  
  • Young Bucs (50’s, 60’s Doo-Wop)
  • Youth Bands – Coos County High Schools   
  • Uptown Lowdown Jazz (Traditional)
  • High Street Band (Swing/Jazz)   
  •  Solid Brass (Traditional)
  • Evolution (Big Band)   
  •  Patsy & The Midnight Walkers (Saturday Evening)
  • Club 7 (Big Band Quartet)

 

Badges on sale at KoKwel Gifts and at the door of each venue.

Due to OLCC rules regarding minors being in areas where
alcoholic beverages are served, minors will need to
enter through the Mill Casino Hotel entrance. There
is valet parking available at the hotel entrance and
signage will be in the hotel lobby with directions to
the various venues for the youth.

Special Group rates available at The Mill Hotel and RV Park. To
receive your special rate, reservations must be made by March 1, 2010.

For more information, http://www.clambakejazz.org/

Winemaker’s Dinner

Whistling Ridge

March 28, 2010

Sunday, March 28, 2010
4 pm in The Mill’s upstairs meeting rooms
$65 – tickets available at KoKwel Gifts

Whistling Ridge Vineyard, owned and operated by Richard Alvord,
Patricia Gustafson, and family since 1989, occupies eight acres in the
northern Willamette Valley, near Newberg. The vineyard includes a
variety of grapes some of which are Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay,
and Cabernet Sauvignon. Alvord and Gustafson will team up with The
Mill’s Executive Chef, Dan Catanio. Four courses, four vintages, one
delicious afternoon at The Mill.

Coos Bay/North Bend Gaming, Dining & Hospitality….Davy Jones Packages, Dining Specials & More

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Pssst…just in time for Valentines Day.  Here are some specials you and your Valentine will fall in love with:

HOSPITALITY
Davy Jones Package: The aforementioned room for two plus two tickets to Davy Jones’ February 12 shows (7 or 9 p.m.). Call to make your reservations for this wonderful room/concert package for only $107!!
800-953-4800 ext 3
*offer subject to availability
Or for concert tickets, call or stop by KoKwel Gifts.
800-953-4800 ext 9

Seasonal Packages: Don’t forget our seasonal packages including our Rainy Day Package: The groundhog asked us to remember there’s only 6 more weeks of winter. Until then, The Mill Hotel offers a few extra touches sure to make your winter stay even more enjoyable. Prices start at $140.

Call now for reservations 800-953-4800 ext 3 or reserve through our web site.

GAMING
Saints vs. Colts – $6,000 Super Sunday: Win a share of $6,000 at our 7 p.m. Drawing with a $4,400 Grand Prize. Pick up your FREE ENTRIES today! A FREE $250 football pool and free popcorn! Watch the game from most anywhere on the casino floor. February 7.

$4,000 Pick ‘til You Win giveaway: Pick up your FREE entries beginning February 10, then win a share of $2,000 at each of two Grand Prize drawings – February 14 & 15. Bonus: pick up 5 free entries via coupon at www.themillcasino.com

DINING
“Burns Night” Celebration and Dinner: The Coastal Celtic Society presents dinner with entertainment featuring the poetry of Robert Burns plus bagpipes, harp and more! February 6.

Saints vs. Colts – Super Sunday Buffet: $6 game day buffet in Warehouse 101. Plus a free $250 football pool. February 7.

$5 Early Bird buffet discount Get $5 off our Friday-Saturday all-you-can-eat Seafood Buffet when you dine between 4 and 5:30 p.m. No coupon required!

10% Senior discount Get ten percent off at age 55 and better anywhere you dine at The Mill.

All offers subject to availability. The Mill reserves the right to modify or cancel any promotion at any .time. The Mill Casino is not responsible for omissions and typographical, transmission or other errors

This Week at the Mill: Valentines at The Mill With Davy Jones & The Young Bucs

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Sock Hop Fund Raiser

The Young Bucs

February 13, 2010

Valentine’s Sock Hop
Fund Raiser for Eductional Scholarships

Music by The Young Bucs

FREE Admission
Donations Accepted
No Host Bar

February 13
In the Salmon Room at
The Mill Casino
5:30 pm (Doors open at 5 pm)
Open to the public 21 and over

For more information call 541.756.8800 ext 8

 

Davy Jones Package

Booking Date – February 12, 2010

Your package includes:
- One night stay at The Mill Hotel
- Two tickets to see Davy Jones live in concert

Call now for reservations:
866.901.2966, ext. 3

Pick til You Win

$4,000 Guaranteed
February 10-15

Pick ‘til You Win! giveaway
You could win up to $2,000 on
Valentine’s Day and President’s Day.
At 6 p.m. February 14 and 15, one lucky player picks until five matching envelopes determine their prize. If they win $1,000, another will be drawn
for $1,000. Win $500 — three more players will be drawn for $500.

Earn an entry for every 50 points earned.
Daily FREE entry at the Millionaire$ Club. 

Bonus: pick up 5 free entries via this coupon valid February 10-15, 2010. Just print and bring to the Millionaire$ Club booth along with valid photo ID and your Millionaire$ Club card.

Poker Gone Wild

Thursdays at 4 pm

Poker Gone Wild
No-Limit Texas Hold ‘em Tournaments

There’s a Joker in the deck – and it’s wild!

Insurance Poker

Every Tuesday starting at 4 pm
Buy in for $35
Buy a $10 re-buy
insurance card good for your first $20 re-buy!
This tournament is limited to the first 33 players!
A house fee of $5 comes out of each player’s
buy-in. Unlimited $20 re-buys ($2,500 tournament chips) for the first hour; one add on at the end of the fourth round for $2,500 in chips for $20.

Poker Bounty

Texas Hold’em Bounty Tournaments
Sundays 1pm
Registration begins at 12:30pm

$10 bounty for every player – $100 bounty most wanted player.
Eliminate a player to get a bounty. Additional $50 bounty for 2nd most wanted (if 12 players or more) and $50 for 3rd most wanted (if 23 players or more). $10 entry fee (pays bounty) plus a $50 buy-in. $20 add-on, once only, end of third round.
Bonus: 5 hours of tracked live poker play the week prior to each tournament waives the $10 entry fee. Seating is limited.

Live in Concert

Davy Jones

February 12, 2010

February 12, 2010
Salmon Room 7 & 9 pm

$25 general admission
$19.50 Millionaire$ Club members
Tickets available November 10, 2009
at KoKwel Gifts

Live Music

Hookah Stew

February 13, 2010

February 12-13, 2010
9 pm – 1 am

Rock, Pop & Funk

Coquille Tribal Community Fund Announces 2010 Grant Recipients

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The Coquille Tribal Community Fund will provide $294,000 in grants this year to projects at 46 area non-profit organizations and public agencies.


At its annual meeting, the Fund’s Board of Trustees placed added emphasis on programs directed toward individuals and families who were adversely affected by the regional and national economic downturn.

“Our trustees are acutely aware of the need for basic services throughout the region,” said Julia Willis, Fund administrator. “Programs providing food, emergency housing and health services were given a high priority in this year’s funding decisions.”

In its continuing emphasis on feeding the hungry, the Fund provided $82,475 to 14 organizations operating food pantries, senior meals programs, community gardens and children’s nutrition. Board members provided an additional $27,000 for housing and health care programs. In addition, the Fund continued its support for the Coos County Historical Society’s Waterfront Museum with a grant for $70,000. Grants totaling more than $30,000 were provided for the arts and art education programs.

The Coquille Indian Tribe established the community fund in 2001 as a way to share profits from The Mill Casino with community organizations. Since its inception, the fund has distributed close to $3.5 million to support charitable efforts throughout the region.

The Coquille Tribal Community Fund supports non-profit and governmental organizations with projects in the areas of education, health, public safety, problem gaming, environmental issues, arts and culture and historic preservation. Funds, derived from a percentage of revenues from The Mill Casino, are managed and distributed by a board of trustees comprised of community leaders, a gubernatorial appointee and representatives of the Coquille Indian Tribe and the Coquille Economic Development Corporation.

The fund reflects the commitment of the Coquille Indian Tribe to take a proactive, positive role in the well-being of the community. The Tribe is among the largest employers in Coos County, and, through the Coquille Economic Development Corporation, manages The Mill Casino * Hotel & RV Park along with business ventures in assisted living, organic cranberry farming and high-speed telecommunications.

For organizations wishing to be considered for the next round of funding, the deadline for applications is Aug. 31. For more information, visit the Fund Web site at www.coquilletribalfund.org.

The following organizations received funds this year.

*       Bandon Community Youth Center – $2,500 for job skills development program.
*       Bay Area Senior Activity Center – $5,000 for senior lunch program.
*       CASA of Lane County – $5,000 for volunteer screening, training and supervision.
*       Christian Help Food Bank – $5,000 for snack pack program and food purchases.
*       Community Emergency Resources & Vital Services – $5,000 for food bank and children’s school supplies.
*       Community Sharing Program – $2,500 for holiday meal boxes.
*       Coos Art Museum – $2,000 for 2010 Biennial Student Art Exhibit.
*       Coos Bay Police Dept. – $2,500 for crime prevention program.
*       Coos Bay Seventh Day Adventist Food Pantry – $6,000 for food purchases.
*       Coos County Friends of Public Health – $2,500 for women’s health service vouchers.
*       Coos County Historical Society – $70,000 for waterfront museum and plaza.
*       Coos County Public Health – $2,500 for exam vouchers for teens.
*       Coos County RSVP – $3,500 for mileage reimbursement for volunteers.
*       Coquille Valley Art Association – $3,000 for replacement kiln and improvements.
*       Ecumenical Emergency Food Cupboard – $5,000 for food purchases.
*       Egyptian Theatre Preservation Assoc. – $6,500 for stage lighting.
*       Ellensburg Theater Company – $3,600 for ADA compliance for new theater.
*       Florence Food Share – $2,500 for food purchases.
*       Friends of South Slough Reserve – $11,100 for the Aquaria project.
*       Lower Umpqua Community Center – $5,000 for new kitchen flooring.
*       Mental Health Assoc. of SW Oregon – $6,000 for Living Well with Chronic Conditions program.
*       Music on the Bay – $10,000 for stage roof and handicap access.
*       Myrtle Point Senior Center – $1,000 for window replacement.
*       ORCCA-CASA – $5,000 for training and support of volunteers.
*       ORCCA-Emergency Housing – $3,000 for emergency housing program.
*       ORCCA-Share Bear Snack Pack program – $5,000 for supplemental weekend food.
*       ORCCA-South Coast Food Share – $5,000 for transportation costs.
*       Over the Rainbow, Inc. – $2,000 for horse feed.
*       Parent Partnership, Ltd. – $5,500 for McKinney Homeless Youth program.
*       Planned Parenthood of SW Oregon – $5,000 for educational programs.
*       Powers Action Team – $3,750 for projector and screen for Saturday Nite Movies in the Park.
*       Powers Food Pantry – $6,000 for food purchases.
*       Powers School District – $2,500 for equipment for Native Species Center.
*       Rogue Gallery & Art Center – $2,000 for Drop in & Draw program.
*       Rogue Valley Habitat for Humanity – $2,500 for drywall and insulation for new home.
*       Shelter Care – $5,000 for prescription drug program for the homeless.
*       SMART – $5,000 to provide program to 34 children.
*       South Coast Business Employment Corp. – $12,000 for senior meals.
*       South Coast Community Garden Assoc. – $3,475 for a shed.
*       Southern Oregon Adolescent Study & Treatment Center – $6,000 for pre-vocational work-study program.
*       Star of Hope Activity Center – $3,000 for new equipment for Oregon Connection.
*       Triangle Food Box – $5,000 for food purchases.
*       University of Oregon Museum of Natural History – $6,575 for a compact storage system.
*       Walter Graham Food Pantry – $10,000 for food purchases.
*       Women’s Safety and Resource Center – $18,000 for a sexual assault advocate.
*       Zonta (Coos Bay area) – $5,000 for the Little Red Schoolhouse Project.

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