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Trying to help Cody Helgerson over the medical hump.

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Oct 062016
 
Cody Helgerson Needs the community's help....

Cody Helgerson
Needs the community’s help….

BENEFIT Please Help
On July 11, 2016 Cody Allen Helgerson suffered a severe auto accident as he was trying to avoid hitting a deer.  His injuries were several broken bones and a concussion. The most serious injuries were 4 broken vertebrae in his neck, 1 which will probably require ongoing medical treatment for years if not, for life.

Cody has been unable to work since his accident. Cody is the 33 year old son of Robin and Tinker Helgerson who are lifetime residents of Waldport.

SPAGHETTI DINNER AND SILENT AUCTION OuttaGas Pizza
1685 Highway 101 N. Yachats OCTOBER 23, 2016, at 1:00pm

We will be accepting donations of items for the auction, and cake walk until October 23. Please mark a general description and price value for each silent auction item.

If you have any questions, or would like to donate, please call 541- 563-3224, 541-547-4485, or 541-270-6194. Please leave a message if not home.

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Oregon Legacy Series Continues at Driftwood Library

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Jan 192011
 

Robin Cody, author

Author Robin Cody to Visit Driftwood Library, Lincoln City

Robin Cody will speak at Driftwood Public Library on Sunday, January 30th at 3:00 p.m. as the fourth guest in this year’s Oregon Legacy series. Robin has taught at the American School in Paris and was the Dean of Admissions for Reed College.

Robin Cody has written for The Oregonian and for The Bonneville Power Administration. His work for the BPA inspired him to canoe the entire length of the Columbia River, which resulted in his book “Voyage of a Summer Sun”, winner of the Oregon Book Award for Literary Non-Fiction in 1995. His second book, Ricochet River, was among 100 books chosen by the Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission “as exemplifying Oregon’s rich literary heritage from the years 1800 to 2000” and was made into a film in 1998.

Robin’s most recent book was 2010’s “Another the Way the River Has: Taut True Tales from the Northwest”.

All Oregon Legacy presentations are free and sponsored by The Friends of Driftwood Public Library. Each presentation begins at 3pm in the Distad Reading Room of the Driftwood Public Library. The library is located on the second floor of the Lincoln Square Civic Center at 801
SW Hwy 101 in Lincoln City. For further information about the Oregon Legacy Series, contact Sue Jenkins at 996-1251 or suej@lincolncity.org.

A message that’s “out there…”

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Oct 052016
 

Cody Helgerson Needs the community's help....

Cody Helgerson
Needs the community’s help….


BENEFIT FOR CODY HELGERSON. PLEASE HELP!!!!!

Cody was hurt in an auto accident on the 11th ofJuly, 2016. he suffered several serious injuries, a concussion, 4 broken vertebrae in his neck. One of the vertebrae will never heal. Cody will require medical attention for probably the rest of his life. He hasn’t been able to work since the accident and is still in a neck brace. He is the son of Robin and Tinker Helgerson, who are life long residents of the Waldport community.

SPAGHETTI DINNER AND SILENT AUCTION
CAKE WALK
OUTTA GAS PIZZA 1685 HWY 101 N. YACHATS.
OCTOBER 23RD AT 1:00 PM

We will be accepting donated items for the silent auction and cakes for the cake walk. If you have questions, or if you want to donate, or need something picked up, calln: 541 563 3224, 541 547 4485, 541 270 6194.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP!!!!!!!

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