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Give a Gift That Keeps On Giving!

Give a Gift that Keeps Giving!!

Samaritan House Family Shelter High Tea Benefit tickets are on sale in time for the holidays.  Get tickets ($30.00 each) for the special people in your life for this great February 8, 2020 event at the Newport First Presbyterian Church.  Tickets are on sale at JC Market, Newport or you can buy them on line: https://samhousetea.brownpapertickets.com/.

Samaritan House is grateful for the sponsors who help to make this fundraiser a success:  Susan Painter, Advantage Realty, Oregon Coast Bank and Western Title.

This year’s theme supports what Samaritan House does for Homeless Families with Children:  “A Sheltering Nest”.  The talented team of volunteers is using their creativity to make some foods that show off the theme like:  mushroom and chocolate nests.  You can expect to have a bottomless cup of Earl grey tea with caffeinated and decaf available.  The chocolate spice scones, sorbets, sandwiches, savories and desserts will make up the total tea experience.

In addition, a raffle drawing for a quilt (see picture) Made by Teecia Cornelius and quilted by Lisa Taylor will only cost $1.00 per ticket for a chance to win.  A silent auction will feature over 25 items, small and large, for any budget.  Jessie Treon will fill the air with her Piano selections.

You will learn about the work of Samaritan House from it’s executive director, Lola Jones.  She will be showing a testimonial video of a graduate.  Space is limited so get your tickets early.

 

 

Tickets are now on sale for the Samaritan House High Tea being held on Feb. 8, 2020 at the Newport First Presbyterian Church for $30.00. Shown is the quilt made by Teecia Cornelius and quilted by Lisa Taylor that will be raffled at the High Tea with the theme, “A Sheltering Nest”.

A Christmas note to the community…

Newport’s Homeless Shelter Guru Traci Flower’s 11 year old child is hosting the second annual homeless Christmas party!  They need community members to adopt a homeless person for Christmas! The way it works is they give them a wishlist with three wishes that a client has made and the community member who is adoptinig them can choose from that list what they would like to get them!  Grace Wins Haven will also be needing donations for a full Christmas dinner and with all of the yummy festive desserts!  Grace Wins Haven is getting the word out because they have about a hundred homeless people on a wishlist still to fill and only a couple of weeks to get it done!!

Please contact Grace Wins Haven, 541-265-1974.  They’re located at 437 NE 1st, Newport.

Thank you,
Traci Flowers
Grace Wins Haven Shelter
Newport, OR

Library Author Fair coming up in Newport!

Newport Library

AUTHORS WANTED FOR NEWPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY AUTHOR FAIR

The Newport Public Library invites Lincoln County authors to participate in its 3rd Annual Author Fair.  The event will take place on Saturday, January 11, from 1 to 4 p.m. in the McEntee Meeting Room.

The Library will provide tables and chairs, with two authors per table.  Authors will handle their own sales.

To apply, email Supervising Librarian Sheryl Eldridge, at sheryl@newportlibrary.orgPlease list the titles of the books you plan to bring, and send your contact information.  All authors must reside in Lincoln County.

We will accept up to 20 people, and take names for a waiting list once we reach our limit.

For more questions, please call the Newport Public Library at 541-265-2153 and ask for Ms. Eldridge.

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