Oregon Coast BnB Helps Habitat for Humanity
(Pacific City, Oregon) - Pacific City's Craftsman Bed and Breakfast announced that it is raising funds for Tillamook Habitat for Humanity with the help of Mother’s Day.
Any gift certificate purchase made now through Mothers Day will see 20 percent of that amount donated to Tillamook Habitat for Humanity. The money raised will be directed toward the building of a house in South Tillamook County, on the central Oregon coast.
Owners Mike and Laura Rech say they know about how construction costs go and feel they will need money more than anything.
“The Craftsman B&B suggests you hug your mom, give her a gift certificate and help them build a strong community,” said Mike Rech.
You can purchase online at their secure website page - www.craftsmanbb.com - or call the B&B at 503-965-4574.
Millard and Linda Fuller founded habitat for Humanity International in 1976. This year, Tillamook Habitat has built many homes, helping to provide affordable housing in the Tillamook County community through faithful volunteers, business partners and individual donors.
The philosophy of Habitat for Humanity is to provide a “Hand up, not a Hand-out.” Jimmy and Rosalyn Carter lead a Jimmy Carter Work Project each summer. Through the years of work projects they have build hundred of houses all over the world.
The Craftsman B&B is at 35255 4th Street, Pacific City, Oregon.
Events in the Pacific City Area to Look For
April 24 – 25. Netarts Community Club 9th Annual Spring Rummage Sale. Friday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Netarts Fire Hall, 5th St. Loop, Netarts, Oregon. Jacky Carpenter 503-842-4306.
Through November 2. Historical Exhibition. Oregon at Statehood: “Local legends, Lifestyles and Lincoln.” Showcases life on Tillamook Bay in the decades surrounding statehood in 1859, also features retrospective of Abraham Lincoln's life. Tuesday - Saturday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Admission at the door. Tillamook County Pioneer Museum. 2106 2nd Street, Tillamook, Oregon 503-842-4553. www.tcpm.org.
May 2. Concert. Oregon Symphony Plays Side by Side with local musicians. Presented by Monday Musical Club of Tillamook. 7 p.m. Advanced tickets $20 - $17 (18 and under), tickets at the door $25 -$20 (18 and under). Tillamook High School Gym, 2605 12th Street, Tillamook, Oregon. 503-842-2078.
May 2. Festival. 2nd Annual Pacific City Cinco de Mayo Festival. Mexican food, vendors, children's activities, music, singers, dancers, evening concert. 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. $15, Kiwanda Community Center, Kiwanda Drive, Pacific City, Oregon. 503-965-2204.
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