Kiawanda Community Center
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The Place to Be!
34600 Cape Kiwanda Dr
Pacific City, OR * 503-965-7900
Our 4th Oktoberfest Event
October 5, 2019
12 PM - 6 pm
Food * Entertainment * Beer Gardens & Wine
Food provided by
The Oar House Bar & Grill
Roktoberfest Entry Fee
Includes Coupon for $5 off entry fee to live music
starting at 8 p.m.
Roktoberfest Pint Glass
4 Taster Tickets
2 Raffle Tickets
Taster/Raffle Tickets Available
“The Avett Others”
$15 Entry Fee
($10 with $5 Roktoberfest Coupon)
Room Rentals * Weddings
Receptions * Events
Workshops * Volunteering
Walking Group! Pacific City
Spring – Summer 2019
County Walking Group
Kiawanda Community Center
Mon - Wed - Friday
Need more info? Contact
Julie Krohn - 503-965-7900
10 A.M. - 2 P.M.
MUSIC at the PACIFIC CITY
September 29 - Dan McCoy
6200 Camp Street
Corner of Camp St & Brooten Rd
Pacific City, OR
If you would like to order one of these commemorative bricks to be placed in KCCs brick walkway of memories, pick up a form at the community center’s Welcome Desk or send your inscription with a check to:
Debra Knopf—KCC Administrator
PO Box 1111—Pacific City, OR 97135
One plaque $40; two for $75,
three for $100
(Summer heat is best time for putting plaques in place so order now!)
Kiawanda Community Center is open to the public 52 weeks a year, 6 days a week excepting holidays, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday thru Friday, 1 to 4:30 p.m. on Saturdays and some evenings. That’s more than 300 days per year!
Because of caring volunteers, visitors are welcomed by a person at the front desk. Questions are answered with available handouts, postings on our Bulletin Boards, or because of local knowledge.
The Fireside Lounge is a quiet spot to hold a conversation, read, go on-line with your own portable device, work a puzzle, play a game or browse for local information.
The Senior Meal Site serves meals at noon to both Senior Citizens and the public-at-large 5 days a week excepting holidays. Cheerful volunteers dish up from the kitchen, wait tables and wash dishes.
Northwest Senior and Disability Services contracts with Bateman Company to prepare these meals and provides for delivery to other meal sites throughout Tillamook and Clatsop County. NWSDS also employs a coordinator at KCC who supervises both the meal service and local Meals on Wheels deliveries. Last year 67,000 meals (1200 per week) were prepared in KCC’s kitchen and dispersed to the public.
Because KCC has no tax money to support upkeep, operations or pay for management and custodial employees, the Board of Directors bears the responsibility of applying for Grants, holding Fund Raising Events and turning to the Public for donations. They also are Volunteers, as I am, and have been for many years.
NOW YOU KNOW!
Please donate if you can. Come to our Volunteer Meeting to see how you can help, Monday, September 30th at 1 p.m. and meet Jody, our Volunteer Coordinator! Thank you!
By Diana Sears, Volunteer
South Tillamook Co
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When I took over the Kiawanda Kapers with the December ‘15 edition, there were about 14 ads at that time. To date we have 36 businesses who have come on board, or stayed on board, to help support us with the last 6 signing up within the past few months.
As the editor of the Kiawanda Kapers, I just want to thank those businesses in our community as well as those in the outlying communities of Pacific City that have stepped up and placed their ads in support of our newsletter, the Kiawanda Kapers.
Your Volunteer Kapers Editor—Shirley