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Be Jeweled seeks jewelry donations to benefit Food Share

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BE JEWELED SEEKS JEWELRY DONATIONS

Be Jeweled, the annual fundraiser for Food Share of Lincoln County, is already gearing up for its seventh jewelry extravaganza, to be held Saturday, February 8, 2014 at the Newport Shilo Inns and Suites. This wonderful event benefits the Food Pantry locations in Lincoln County, and is a significant contributor to those who need help in our communities.

Donations of jewelry are now being accepted at several locations throughout the county. All types of jewelry, including watches, brooches, necklaces, rings, earrings, and bracelets are welcome! Costume jewelry, beads, and jewelry components are also accepted. A hardworking committee will spend the next several months sorting, repairing, and cleaning the donations. Be Jeweled is looking to widen its donor base, so please share this information with friends and family.

Donation sites are: Food Share of Lincoln County (535 NE 1st St/Newport), Nye Cottage Beads, Diamonds by the Sea (Newport and Lincoln City), Newport 60+ Activity Center, Newport Chamber of Commerce, Lincoln City Chamber of Commerce, Lincoln City Cultural Center Gift Shop, Oregon Coast Bank (all branches), Columbia Bank (all branches), and Hair Love. More donation sites may be added at a later date.

This is a great opportunity to clean out your jewelry box and benefit others at the same time. For more information on Food Share of Lincoln County, see www.foodsharelincolncounty.org or call Nancy Smith, Director, at 541-265-8578.

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