Plan an Oregon Coast Spring Getaway!

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View from the Mill Casino Board Walk

Spring is almost here! Time to plan an Oregon Coast getaway! Our location on the waterfront in North Bend, Oregon, makes us an ideal base location for exploring the North Bend/Coos Bay area including Oregon Dunes, Shore Acres State Park and activities such as fishing, crabbing, clamming, whale watching, boating, golfing and strolling along the boardwalk.

And if that is not reason enough, you will love the entertainment and events happening this Spring at The Mill!   Here is a  preview of what we have in store for our guests!

Quick Links for Info:

Mill Casino Box Office (Tickets are sold at KoKwel Gifts located at The Mill Casino. 800.953.4800 or 541.756.8800)
Warehouse 101
Millionaire$ Club

Weekly Comedy Night every Wednesday
Take a mid-week break and enjoy some laughs with live stand up at Warehouse 101. Talented comedians are featured every Wednesday night. Two FREE hilarious shows start at 7 pm and 9 pm.

Weekly Live Music at Warehouse 101 every Friday & Saturday night
That’s right, get your groove on and dance the night away to live music each night or stop in for a cool drink, great food and conversation.

March

March Madness at Warehouse 101
Love college basketball and need the perfect place to catch the big game? Our popular nightspot, Warehouse 101 has seven giant plasma screen TVs for you to enjoy- along with a great menu and over 30 microbrews on tap.

2,000 points Jacket March 1 – 7, 2011
Earn 2,000 slot points between March 1 – 7 and get a stylish Mill Casino jacket while supplies last. Play using your Millionaire$ Club card. Visit the Millionaire$ Club for sign up details.

Mardi Gras Beads March 8
Celebrate Fat Tuesday with us from 9 am – 9 pm with free Mardi Gras beads (while supplies last). Spin Sawmill Sam for up to 1500 bonus points. Play with your Millionaire$ Club card!

St. Patrick’s Day Slot Tournament Thursday, March 17, 2011
Win your share of $4,000 on St. Patrick’s Day from 11 am – 2 pm; 4 pm – 7 pm. Two FREE $2,000 guaranteed slot tournaments Top 5 in each tournament score cash!

Lucky Loot Sunday, March 20, 2011
You could win up to $500,000! Play slots and table games March 9-20 to earn entries. Ten people play for a chance to win $50K each! Ten more take home Lucky Loot. All 20 winners will share in a $10,000 guaranteed prize pool.
Click here to download a coupon worth 5 FREE entries valid March 9-11, 2011 Play using your Millionaire$ Club card

Double Points*
Play slots using your Millionaire$ Club card and earn Double Points for all your slot play Monday-Wednesday mornings, March 28-30, 6 am-11 am *Bonus points do not apply toward any points-based promotion.

April

Cribbage Classic Tournament April 1, 2011 – April 3, 2011
Presented by the GR Club #62, Roseburg & The Mill Casino . $1,000 Added by The Mill Cash paybacks for all tournaments will be 95% PLUS trophies  For complete information including entry fees, tournament schedules, etc. contact Larry or Donna Hassett 541-672-1474 or email at ACC@cmspan.net.

Bite of the Bay April 5, 2011
Tickets are now on sale at KoKwel Gifts for this annual fundraising event to benefit the Pacific Cove Humane Society. An extravaganza of earthly delights awaits you- Generous samples of gourmet cuisine from South Coast restaurants, delicious wines from Oregon wineries, and good company galore. Bite bounty also includes silent and live auctions, and the music of Timberwolf to shake it up. Please call the Pacific Cove Humane Societyf or more information, 541-269-2765.

$8,000 Raining Riches April 8-11, 2011
Each of the 4 days, earning 100 points gets you entered to win $100 in random drawings. Play slots using your Millionaire$ Club card.

Quick Fire Challenge April 10, 2011
Presented by The Mill Casino 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm in the Salmon Room. Fundraiser to benefit Three Coos County High School
Culinary Programs and OCCI Junior Culinary Olympic Team. 6 Culinary Teams Competing! 2 students from each high school
For more information contact: Chef Dan Catanio 756-8800 ext. 2286 or Chef Shawn Hanlin at OCCI 888-1546

$10,700 Invitational Slot Tournament April 15-17, 2011
You could win a $5,000 grand prize!

Bunny Bucks! Sunday, April 24, 11 am– 6 pm
Win a share of $1,100 on Easter Sunday! Play your favorite table games and slots with your Millionaire$ Club card and if you’re randomly selected, our roving “Bucks Bunny” will reward you with a lucky egg filled with up to $100 in cash or 5,000 bonus points!

$75,000 Winners Party April 25, 2011
$7,500 guaranteed cash giveaway, free food, door prizes and more! If you’re a member of the Millionaire$ Club and you win a hand-paid slot jackpot or qualifying table games win, redeem your jackpot voucher for bonus points and an invitation for you and a guest!

Looking Ahead

Taylor Hicks Live in Concert May 27, 2011
7 pm & 9 pm in the Salmon Room
Tickets on sale at KoKwel Gifts
$25 general admission
$19.50 Millionaire$ Club members

Oregon’s Adventure Coast RV Jamboree June 8, 2011 – June 11, 2011
Featuring a Show and Shine, Poker Run, an excursion to Misty Meadows Jams and the West Coast Game Park, live entertainment, and even a Pooch Paparazzi Family Photo Contest, this RV Jamboree offers something for everyone.
Tickets on sale at KoKwel Gifts

Ride The Oregon Coast Lighthouse Run June 24, 2011 – June 25, 2011
Special lodging and RV rates for participants! Features Prizes, Show-n-Shine, Entertainment Featuring Ty Curtis Band, Comedy Night, Dinner and more! Click here for complete details. To register, or for more information: call 541-266-7051

Local Non-Profit Organizations & Public Agencies Honored at The Coquille Tribal Community Fund Grantees Luncheon

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The Coquille Tribal Community Fund Provides $265,750 for Local Community Projects

Representatives from 45 community organizations were honored yesterday at the Grantees Luncheon held at The Mill Casino Hotel & RV Park. The Coquille Tribal Community Fund distributed $265,750 in grants to 45 non-profit organizations and agencies:

Bandon Community Youth Center – $2,000 for after school tutoring program.
Bay Area Rotary – $5,000 for Shots for Tots.
Bay Area Senior Activity Center – $8,000 for senior lunches and a new refrigerator.
CASA of Douglas County – $2,000 for Volunteer and curriculum development.
CASA of Lane County – $2,000 for volunteer recruitment and training.
Catnip Sanctuary – $2,000 for Kitty Vet care.
Chetco Historical Memorial Committee – $1,000 for a Chetco Tribe commemorative marker.
Christian Help Food Bank – $2,805 for additional food storage.
Christians as Family Advocates – $5,000 for domestic violence education and counseling.
Coos Bay Area Habitat for Humanity – $5,000 for building materials.
Coos Bay Seventh Day Adventist Food Pantry – $8,000 for food purchases.
Coos County Foster Parents – $3,750 for extracurricular activity fees.
Coos County Friends of Public Health – $5,000 for exam vouchers for women and teens.
Coos County Historical Society and Maritime Museum – $63,000 for Maritime Museum and plaza.
Coos County Public Health – $4,000 for home health visits.
Coos County RSVP – $3,500 for mileage reimbursement for senior volunteers.
Dental Foundation of Oregon – $2,000 for the Tooth Taxi.
Don’t Delay, Neuter & Spay – $2,000 for spay/neuter services for cats.
Ecumenical Emergency Food Cupboard – $5,000 for food purchases.
Egyptian Theatre Preservation Assoc. – $1,000 for a new popcorn machine.
First United Methodist Church-Blossom Gulch Snack Packs Program – $2,500 for weekend food for kids.
Florence Habitat for Humanity – $5,000 for duplex building materials.
Free Flight – $3,000 for presentation equipment.
Friends of Animals with Needs (FAWN) – $2,000 for low-cost spay/neuter services.
Friends of Coos County Animals – $2,000 for low-cost spay/neuter services.
Help Now! Advocacy Center – $4,313 for the Hispanic Advocacy & Outreach Project.
JCHM Habitat for Humanity – $5,000 for building project.
Madison Elementary School – $1,000 for classroom books and puzzles.
North Bend Senior Recreation & Activity Center – $5,000 for a new heating system for the Senior Center.
ORCCA-CASA – $5,000 for volunteer recruitment and training.
ORCCA-Myrtle Point Food Share – $8,000 for food purchases.
ORCCA-Share Bear Snack Pack program – $14,000 for food purchases.
ORCCA-South Coast Food Share – $10,000 for a food resource coordinator.
Over the Rainbow, Inc. – $2,000 for horse feed.
Point Man Ministries Outpost 101 – $10,000 for veteran assistance.
Powers Food Pantry – $6,000 for supplemental food purchases.
Restoration Worship Center Food Pantry – $6,000 for food pantry costs.
Rogue Valley Habitat for Humanity – $5,000 for construction infrastructure.
S/Nipped – $2,000 for low-cost spay/neuter services.
South Coast Clambake Jazz Festival – $2,000 for the Music in Schools Program.
South Western Oregon Public Safety Association – $500 for children’s safety books for area libraries.
Southwestern Family Center – $6,382 for a Hobart under-counter sanitizer.
Triangle Food Box – $5,000 for food purchases.
Women’s Safety and Resource Center – $18,000 for a senior advocate position.
Zonta Service Foundation (Coos Bay area) – $4,000 for the Little Red Schoolhouse Project.

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 over $3.8 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.

For organizations wishing to be considered for the next round of funding, the deadline for applications is Aug. 31, 2011. For more information, visit the Fund Web site at www.coquilletribalfund.org.

RV Adventure & Travel Packing Tips

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The Mill Casino RV Park on The Oregon Coast is a Popular Spot for RVers

There is no better place than the Oregon Coast for outdoor lovers and RV enthusiasts!   People drive from all over the country to take in the beautiful beaches, scenery, hiking, sand dunes and more.

Rving is the perfect way to enjoy The Mill Casino and all that Coos Bay, North Bend and the Oregon Coast have to offer from the comfort of your home away from home.

To get the most out of your next RVing adventure, follow these great packing tips!

Packing for RV Living

By Marc Neveux

When you live in a house, you usually have plenty of room for your things, but when you spend most of your time living in an RV, you obviously cannot have everything that you would have in your home. RV living is a lot of fun, but it is important to remember that you really have to downsize, and only bring along the things you need. Of course, you can still have plenty of your favorite creature comforts, but you just need to make sure that you do not go overboard and bring so many things that there is no room left for yourself and your significant other.

Unlike in years past, today’s RVs make it really easy to live comfortably, because they are so large and roomy. There are even RVs that expand to allow for a second floor and even more living space. Of course, these are the top of the line models that not everyone can afford. If you can afford one of these RVs, go for it, because you may just as well be living in a house you have so much space. But even if you cannot afford one, there are still plenty of RVs that have plenty of living space for a couple of people.

What To Bring Along

If you want to be a full time RV’er, then you need to know what to bring along and what to leave behind. Of course, you will want to have plenty of clothing, including something dressy for those nights that you decide to park the RV and go out on the town. Where you plan on traveling is going to be very important when it comes to packing clothing for a few months. If you plan on traveling across North America, and are going to be on the road for many months, then you will want to make sure that you have clothing for all seasons. Believe it or not, you can pack plenty of clothing in the closets on most RVs, and there are other storage areas where you can put clothing that does not need to be hung.

In addition to clothing, there are many other things you need to live the same way you would at home, including:

A small steam iron – You will more than likely need to iron clothing at one point or another, and it may be awkward to set up your ironing board in an RV. Instead, a steam iron works just as well, and you can iron things while they are still hanging.
Personal items – In case you are going to be in areas where you can’t get certain items, it is a good idea to stock up on some of your favorite toiletries, such as shampoo, lotions and other items.
Books and other fun stuff – There are going to be times when you can’t go anywhere due to bad weather, and obviously, you won’t be able to go outside, so make sure that you have plenty of things to do indoors, including books to read, board games, puzzle books and more.

These are just a few of the things that you will need to take along when you are a full time RV’er. Basically, bring the things you would use in your everyday life, just on a much smaller scale.

About the Author: Marc Neveux is an outdoor enthusiast and Full Time RVer. Visit his web site Fulltime RVing to learn how you too can start enjoying the good life full-time RVing.

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Five Ways to Say “I Love You” on Valentines Day at The Mill Casino

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Top Reasons to Spend Valentines Day With Your Sweetheart at The Mill Casino on the Oregon Coast

The Mill Casino Hotel & RV Park is an ideal spot to wow your Valentine this year! Our luxurious rooms, impeccable service, stunning views of Coos Bay and our proximity to beaches makes us one of the most romantic places to spend Valentines Day on the Oregon Coast!

Here are  5 Ways to Say “I Love You” at The Mill Casino:

1) Surprise Your Sweetheart with a Diamond Necklace. Enter our Hearts & Diamonds Valentine’s Day Drawing for a chance to win a Diamond Necklace! We will be drawing 2 winners per hour from 1pm-5pm on February 13 & February 14. THAT’S 20 DIAMOND WINNERS!  Increase your chance of winning:

  • 5 free entries when you join the Millionaire$ Club;
  • Show your Millionaire$ Club Card each day for two entries;
  • Use our Coupons

Coupon for 5 free entries valid Frebruary 12, 2011
Coupon for 5 free entries valid Frebruary 13, 2011
Coupon for 5 free entries valid Frebruary 14, 2011

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2) Entertain Your Valentine! We have a very busy Entertainment Schedule for Valentines Day Weekend for a range of tastes:

For the Music Lover: Hermans Hermits staring Peter Noone Live in Concert February 11, 2011
7 & 9 pm in the Salmon Room
Tickets on sale at KoKwel Gifts (21 and over)
$25 general admission
$20 Mill Club members

Better Yet- See the concert and stay the night for only $99 + tax! To book this special stay, call reservations at 800-953-4800, ext. 3. Package includes: 2 tickets to the Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone Concert and a one night stay in the luxurious Mill Hotel!  Hang out in the Casino after the concert from 8:30 pm until midnight and you could win a Herman’s Hermits CD Autographed by Peter Noone! Play slots & Table Games using your Millionaire$ Club card to enter our Hot Seat Drawing!

For the Rockers: Live Music in Warehouse 101 with Hookah Stew
February 11, 2011 – February 12, 2011 9 p.m. – 1 a.m.
Hookah Stew is one of our crowd favorites and are known for their wide musical range and frenetic performances. has become a well known buzz band on the West Coast music scene. Please visit www.hookahstew.com for more band information and updates.

For an Elegant Evening: Star of Hope 1st Annual Valentines Dinner & Dance with the Stars
Saturday, February 12, 2011 5 – 10 pm at The Mill Casino in the Salmon Room
Tickets at the door – $35 per person
Evening Dinner, Dance & Entertainment. Dinner choice of Roast or Chicken Buffet, including dessert and beverages (No-Host Bar). Entertainment by Darryl Elkins of St. John’s Entertainment, Karaoke Bachelor fashion show and auction
For complete information and to view the activities flyer click here

3) Take in the Romantic Views along the Oregon Coast. The Oregon Coast has it all! Immerse yourself in the tranquility of spectacular beaches. Explore the towering wind-sculpted Oregon Sand Dunes. Go fishing, clamming, whale-watching, kayaking or river-rafting. Wander the formal gardens of Shore Acres State Park. So much to do! Visit Oregon’s Adventure Coast for Recommendations.

4) Wine and Dine Your Sweetheart! The Plank House restaurant is one of our favorite spots to relax and enjoy the spectacular views of the Bay and delicious meal. You will love our Valentine Dinner Special on Monday, February 14, 2011:

  • Australian Lobster Tail & Bacon Wrapped Petite Filet Mignon topped with Bearnaise Sauce
  • Served with Saffron Rice Pilaf or Baked Potato and Fresh Sauteed Baby Vegetables
  • $39.95 per person
  • Ask about our fabulous dessert tray selections!

You can also enjoy a delicious Valentine Buffet at The Saw Blade where you can fill your plate as often as you’d like with a bountiful selection of incredible entrees, hand-carved meats, succulent sides and delectable desserts. Monday, February 14, 2011 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm Children under 4 years old Free & Children under 11 year’s old 1/2 price $19.95

Got a sweet tooth? Our in-house bakery will have a wonderful assortment of pastries, pies, cakes and more that will say “I Love You” to your sweetie.

5) Unwind in our Indoor Pool & Two Outdoor Spas! On the South end of our Lodge you will find our relaxing pool and two hot tubs open daily 7am-10 pm everyone swims, 10 pm-midnight, adults 18 and older only. The pool is complimentary for all guests.
Towels are provided at the pool.

American Idol Taylor Hicks to Perform May 27 at The Mill Casino

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Tickets Go On Sale on February 8 for May 27 Concert

Members of the “Soul Patrol” rejoice! On Friday, May 27, The Mill Casino welcomes Alabama’s favorite son, American Idol winner and certified-platinum selling artist Taylor Hicks.

On May 24, 2006, Taylor Hicks made television history when audiences turned that evening’s American Idol finale into one of the most watched television programs of the decade. It was an emotionally uplifting night as 36.4 million viewers tuned in and 63 million votes were cast crowning a gritty, down-home, white R&B singer the Season 5 winner of American Idol.

Hicks, who hails from Birmingham, Alabama was destined for the musical stage from an early age. Hicks got his start as a professional musician in his late teens and became a fixture in the Southeast music scene playing concerts and club dates with James Brown, Tom Petty, Jackson Browne, Robert Randolph, Keb’ Mo’ and Widespread Panic and releasing two independent albums “In Your Time” and “Under The Radar”. His energetic stage performances and influences, derived from classic rock, blues and R&B music earned him a devout following of fans, dubbed the “Soul Patrol”.

Hicks’ personal twist of fate came when he was in New Orleans, the night before Hurricane Katrina hit. With his flight cancelled, he was given a free airplane voucher. Hicks used the ticket to travel to Las Vegas, where coincidentally, American Idol auditions were being held. From the start, Hicks’ material and his unique take on southern soul, R & B, country and blues set him apart. Hicks passed the audition with the approval of judges Randy Jackson and Paula Abdul, but not Simon Cowell, who said that Hicks would never make it to the final round. On Hicks’ first performance for the voting public, Cowell called back to this quote, admitting he was wrong. The rest, as they say, is history.

Less than three weeks after his Idol win, Hicks’ debut single, “Do I Make You Proud,” entered at #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100, Pop 100 and Single Sales charts. His self-titled album, Taylor Hicks. debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200.

During the last three years, Hicks has seen his debut album certified platinum, performed with the likes of Earth, Wind & Fire, The Allman Brothers and Willie Nelson, toured through Asia, penned a brisk-selling Random House memoir and made his Broadway debut in Grease. In 2009 Hicks released his second album, The Distance, as well as a live DVD titled Whomp at the Warfield, a collection of exhilarating live performances by Hicks and his band at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco.

Tickets for Taylor Hicks’ 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Salmon Room performances go on sale at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8 at Ko-Kwel Gifts for $25 and just $19.50 with a Millionaire$ Club card. This concert is for those 21 or older only.  Call 800.953.4800 or 541.756.8800 for Ticket Info

Coquille Tribal Community Fund Announces 2011 Grant Recipients

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45 Grants Provide $265,750 for Community Projects

The Coquille Tribal Community Fund will provide $265,750 in grants this year to support projects at 45 area non-profit organizations and public agencies. Programs designed to help individuals and families provide for basic needs remained the primary focus for the Fund’s Board of Trustees at their annual meeting.

“Our trustees were united in their commitment to support basic services and help individuals and families find their way through our region’s ongoing economic issues,” said Julia Willis, Fund administrator. “Food, housing and health care again received their highest priority when making funding decisions.”

Trustees continued to emphasize feeding the hungry by granting $75,305 to 11 organizations operating food pantries or offering food services. Board members provided $54,822 for health and safety programs with an additional $12,000 to five agencies providing animal care. Grants totaling more than $20,000 were provided for housing programs. The Fund also continued its support for the Coos County Historical Society’s Waterfront Museum with a grant for $63,000.

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 $3.8 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 grants this year.

Bandon Community Youth Center – $2,000 for after school tutoring program.
Bay Area Rotary – $5,000 for Shots for Tots.
Bay Area Senior Activity Center – $8,000 for senior lunches and a new refrigerator.
CASA of Douglas County – $2,000 for Volunteer and curriculum development.
CASA of Lane County – $2,000 for volunteer recruitment and training.
Catnip Sanctuary – $2,000 for Kitty Vet care.
Chetco Historical Memorial Committee – $1,000 for a Chetco Tribe commemorative marker.
Christian Help Food Bank – $2,805 for additional food storage.
Christians as Family Advocates – $5,000 for domestic violence education and counseling.
Coos Bay Area Habitat for Humanity – $5,000 for building materials.
Coos Bay Seventh Day Adventist Food Pantry – $8,000 for food purchases.
Coos County Foster Parents – $3,750 for extracurricular activity fees.
Coos County Friends of Public Health – $5,000 for exam vouchers for women and teens.
Coos County Historical Society and Maritime Museum – $63,000 for Maritime Museum and plaza.
Coos County Public Health – $4,000 for home health visits.
Coos County RSVP – $3,500 for mileage reimbursement for senior volunteers.
Dental Foundation of Oregon – $2,000 for the Tooth Taxi.
Don’t Delay, Neuter & Spay – $2,000 for spay/neuter services for cats.
Ecumenical Emergency Food Cupboard – $5,000 for food purchases.
Egyptian Theatre Preservation Assoc. – $1,000 for a new popcorn machine.
First United Methodist Church-Blossom Gulch Snack Packs Program – $2,500 for weekend food for kids.
Florence Habitat for Humanity – $5,000 for duplex building materials.
Free Flight – $3,000 for presentation equipment.
Friends of Animals with Needs (FAWN) – $2,000 for low-cost spay/neuter services.
Friends of Coos County Animals – $2,000 for low-cost spay/neuter services.
Help Now! Advocacy Center – $4,313 for the Hispanic Advocacy & Outreach Project.
JCHM Habitat for Humanity – $5,000 for building project.
Madison Elementary School – $1,000 for classroom books and puzzles.
North Bend Senior Recreation & Activity Center – $5,000 for a new heating system for the Senior Center.
ORCCA-CASA – $5,000 for volunteer recruitment and training.
ORCCA-Myrtle Point Food Share – $8,000 for food purchases.
ORCCA-Share Bear Snack Pack program – $14,000 for food purchases.
ORCCA-South Coast Food Share – $10,000 for a food resource coordinator.
Over the Rainbow, Inc. – $2,000 for horse feed.
Point Man Ministries Outpost 101 – $10,000 for veteran assistance.
Powers Food Pantry – $6,000 for supplemental food purchases.
Restoration Worship Center Food Pantry – $6,000 for food pantry costs.
Rogue Valley Habitat for Humanity – $5,000 for construction infrastructure.
S/Nipped – $2,000 for low-cost spay/neuter services.
South Coast Clambake Jazz Festival – $2,000 for the Music in Schools Program.
South Western Oregon Public Safety Association – $500 for children’s safety books for area libraries.
Southwestern Family Center – $6,382 for a Hobart under-counter sanitizer.
Triangle Food Box – $5,000 for food purchases.
Women’s Safety and Resource Center – $18,000 for a senior advocate position.
Zonta Service Foundation (Coos Bay area) – $4,000 for the Little Red Schoolhouse Project.

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