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Brookings natives host ‘full-blown rock show’ tonight By Scott Graves Pilot staff writer The rain pounded the roof of the small, backyard workshop in Brookings, drowning out singer and bass player Caleb Moffit as he talked about the rock band Slow Children. However, the rain didn’t stand a chance once Caleb and guitarist Bryan Bacci plugged their instruments into the amps, and Kevin Hutman started hammering the drums. The melodic mix of acoustic, hard rock and alternative music that thundered inside the shop was tight, intense and impressive — the product of three men who have been playing music together since the eighth grade — nearly 15 years. The trio has spent the last eight years following their rock dreams, with a certain level of success, on the Las Vegas club scene, where they earned accolades from local radio stations and the press. In August, the band left Sin City, returning to Brookings to write new music and rehearse for a five-state regional tour scheduled the first of the year. The band members see the tour as a an opportunity to use their improved music skills and

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Hear and see the band at www.coastalgrooves.com and www.slowchidlrenlv.com newly-honed industry savvy for another shot at success. “This is what we all know,” said Kevin, before settling himself in the pocket of his drum set. “We’re not giving up. We’ve learned a lot playing in Vegas. We know more. We’re better now.” The band’s sound, with its blend of many genres, makes it difficult to define. The band members list their musical influences as Sublime, Silver Chair, Beach Boys, Pink Floyd, Nirvana, Floater and the Beatles. Their music has been described by others as a blend of ’90s alternative rock and ’70s progressive rock, with a touch of reggae and jazz. The band will introduce their new songs and play those from their catalog today (Nov. 27) during what they dubbed an all ages “full-blown rock show” at the Redwood Theater, 621 Chetco Ave. in Brook-

ings. Doors open at 8 a.m. (following the movie) and the show starts at 9 p.m. and it will end around midnight. Tickets are $15. Youthful endeavors

The three members of Slow Children, all hovering around the 28-year-old mark, are more like a family than a band of three guys. That’s because they met one another in eighth grade at Brookings’ Azalea Middle School and have stuck together ever since. “We just picked up instruments and just started playing,” Caleb recalled. “We didn’t really know how to play them.” That didn’t stop the three boys from raising a ruckus in one another’s homes, trying to put what they heard on their parents’ jazz and classic rock albums into their mix of rock and roll. Caleb’s dad, Jerry Moffit, a jazz musician and retired music teacher, taught the boys in and out of the classroom, focusing on the fundamentals as well as music production and theory. He would later play keyboards on the band’s debut CD. “Their music has gotten quite a bit more complex in the last few years,” Moffit said. See Band, Page 2A

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Band: ‘We really want to see the music scene in Brookings grow’ He recalled the time when Caleb and Kevin were in the eighth grade and the two would come to Caleb’s house and attempt to play music. “Kevin would bang on the drums and Caleb would ... scream,” Moffit said. “One day I said to Caleb, ‘if you’re going to do this, you should probably play something.’ He said ‘Like what?’ So I borrowed a bass (guitar) from the school and gave it to him, along with some lesson books and CDs. He learned very quickly. He’s self-taught.” Caleb took his father’s advice to heart, learning to play bass, and doing more

with his voice than just scream. With Caleb singing and playing bass, and Kevin learning the drum kit, congas and percussion, the nucleus of what would later become Slow Children took form with the addition of schoolmate and electric guitarist Bryan. The group spent their high school years entertaining themselves, friends and family with their growing skills. In their senior year, the trio formed an official band, calling it Slow Children, and started playing parties, community events and local bars, building a small, yet loyal local fan base. A few months before

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graduation, the trio literally ran away to chase their rock dreams. Two of the band members sold their cars, bought a van and traveled around California, staying with various family and friends, and playing any gigs that came their way. “We pretty much lived out of our van for those first few months,” Caleb said in an 2007 Pilot interview. In 2002, the group stopped to play in Las Vegas and decided to stay, in an effort to get consistent work, and perhaps get a chance at a record deal. “Vegas is centrally located. It’s only a few hours to cities such as Los Angeles, Salt Lake City and San Francisco,” Kevin said.

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The band’s experience on The Strip was a mixed bag. Their sound caught on quickly, earning kudos from local radio stations and big name clubs such as the House of Blues and Hard Rock Cafe. Yet, it wasn’t enough to pay the bills. All three men worked second jobs, including waiting tables and working in a music studio. Still, according to Kevin, the years in Las Vegas offered valuable lessons — on and off the stage. “We played music several nights a week in the clubs, and that’s how you really get good,” Kevin said. “We also learned a lot about the music business, and how we might fit into it.” For awhile, Slow Children became a foursome when they were joined by another Brookings alumni, Theron Fox, whom they met in Vegas. In the ensuing years, the band made brief tours to surrounding states, performing on their own or opening for popular indie group acts such as Oregon’s Floater. They garnered radio play in the Vegas area, and performed for audiences numbering in the thousands. In 2007, Slow Children returned to Brookings to see family and play at

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Slow Children bass player Caleb Moffit sings a rock song during band rehearsal in preparation for tonight’s concert in Brookings. local bars. Nearly 200 people, many of whom went to school with the band members, packed the Hideaway Bar and Grill in Harbor. In 2009, Slow Children entered the studio and produced their debut CD, Life in Reverie, that featured a number of fan favorites. The songs on the CD were written by Caleb and arranged by all three band members. Caleb’s voice has matured into a smooth, powerful, sound that transitions easily from the band’s grungesounding rockers to upbeat acoustic songs. Kevin’s drumming is complex and creative with the clever use of electronic samples. Bryan is shredding better than ever on the guitar, incorporating complex loops to faithfully recreate the band’s studio sound.

wanted, when they wanted us to. That’s not us.” The band also attracted interest from music industry companies and investors, but any deals that were offered included giving away more than 50 percent of the rights to their original music, and future profits. Again, not a path the band wanted to take. “We’re trying to get investors, the money we need, but without giving up the rights to our songs,” Caleb said. The band may have found a way to do that with the help of World Music Pros, a company that works as a liaison between promising unsigned bands and independent record and publishing companies. The company, Caleb said, is working to get the band’s music to the college crowd. With that in mind, Slow Children will rerelease an updated version of their debut CD, while writing new songs for their sophomore effort, to be released following next year’s planned five-state regional tour. “Our goal right now is to get on college radio and get on the college circuit,” Caleb said. “That’s where we can really get some good exposure.” Caleb’s father has mixed feelings about the band’s future. “They are as good as any-

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Despite years of paying dues with moderate success, Slow Children, back to being a trio with the departure of Theron Fox, are excited about the band’s future. “We’re on the brink of breaking through,” Caleb said. In Vegas, several big hotels had offered the band full-time work performing as a cover band. “We didn’t really want to go down that path,” Caleb said. “We’d have to sign a contract and play what they

thing I’ve heard out there, but the music industry is so tough,” Moffit said. “I hope they don’t get discouraged.” Rock Show

Tonight, the band will perform what it calls a twohour “full-blown rock show,” complete with a light show, video screen and more. They’ve asked local musicians Evan Dunn and Luke Mathison to open for them. Why the big production in Brookings? “I didn’t see my first rock show until I left Brookings,” Kevin explained. “I want to bring some of that experience to my hometown, and now we’re in a position to do it. We really want to see the music scene in Brookings grow.” Slow Children will focus on its original songs, with a few covers, including those by Sublime, Floater, the Turtles and an amped up version of the Beatles’ “Eleanor Rigby.” “We play a lot of 21-yearsand-older shows, and we wanted to play a show for all ages,” Kevin said. “This is going to be a fun, enjoyable concert.” After tonight’s show, the band will do a small tour of Northern California, return to Brookings near Christmas for an acoustic show, and then prepare for their five-state tour — and the next chapter in the story called Slow Children.

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Fiddler, cellist perform concert Thursday ‘I’ve been pushing to get the cello back into the traditional music scene for years.’ — Alasdair Fraser ed to Fraser’s cello challenge, and, four years later, they played their first gig together. Now, she regularly tours Europe and North America with Fraser and creates a buzz at festivals and in concert halls. She is considered to be in the vanguard of young cellists who are redefining the role of the cello in traditional music. “Fraser, one of the most respected of all exponents of the Scots fiddle, would look long and hard to find a more appropriate cellist as a (musical) partner. Haas can switch just as effortlessly as Fraser from a gentle singing tone to a driving, dancing melody. A positive joy,” wrote The Scotsman. For information visit www.mikegreenassociates. com. Tickets for the concert are $18 for general admission, and $12 for students and seniors 65 years and older. They are available at Del Norte Office Supply in Crescent City,

Flutist performs solo with local orchestra Curry-Del Norte Orchestra will feature flutist Pat Foht performing Ernest Bloch’s “Suite Modale” for flute and string orchestra, in a trio of concerts in Gold Beach, Crescent City and Brookings, on Dec. 4, 5 and 6. Foht has been playing music since she was 4, when she first picked up a violin. She moved to the flute at age 10. As a teen, she funded her music lessons through earnings from babysitting. Foht received her flute performance major from San Jose State University. Her training is in the French Schooling Style, having studied with Isabelle Chapuis at San Jose State and Francis Blaisdell at Stanford University. Foht played and taught flute for more than 20 years in the San Francisco Bay area. She now lives in Brookings, and performs with a variety of local musical organizations. She recently attended and performed during a Guinness Book Work Record event in New York City where 1,989 flutists performed together. Performances are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Bethany Lutheran Church, 94190 Fifth St., Gold Beach; 3 p.m. Sunday at Elk Valley Rancheria, 2332 Howland Hill Road, Crescent City; and 7:30 p . m . M o n d a y a t Tr i n i t y Lutheran Church, 1200 Easy St., Brookings. Admission is $10 for adults and free for students through grade 12. Ticket outlets include Gold Beach

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Pat Foht will perform a flute solo accompanied by the Curry-Del Norte Orchestra during a trio of concerts in Crescent City, Brookings and Gold Beach. Books in Gold Beach, Del Norte Office Supply in Crescent City and Words and Pictures in Brookings. Tickets will also be available at the door. The orchestra is sponsored by the Curry-Del Norte Orchestra Guild, Southwestern Oregon Com-

munity College and orchestra patrons living on the Southern Oregon and Northern California coasts. Orchestra members are all local musicians who volunteer their time and talents. For information see: www.currydelnorteorchestra.org.

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Angels enjoy a party over a single convert “In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive,’ ” Acts 20:35. The scene from this verse is Paul talking with some leaders from Ephesus. He wants to encourage them and warn them what ministry is all about. Ultimately he puts them in God's hands and trusts the Lord is going to work it all out. Paul did not go into ministry for the money or the fame or any other thing. He just loved Jesus and desired everyone to know that love. And in the middle of his vignette to these men, he quotes Jesus and tells

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us to remember the words of Jesus: “It is more blessed to give than receive.” This verse literally means you will be extremely happy if you are a giver not just a receiver. Haven’t you found that to be true? Recently as I was preparing some food for our Thanksgiving feast that we do every year at the VFW Hall, I found myself extremely blessed. I got to see an older gal give her heart to Jesus.

She understood what he did for her and I was able to tell her the story found in the beginning of Luke 15, “Then Jesus told them this parable: ‘Suppose one of you has a hundred sheep and loses one of them. Doesn’t he leave the 99 in the open country and go after the lost sheep until he finds it? And when he finds it, he joyfully puts it on his shoulders and goes home. Then he calls his friends and neighbors together and says, “Rejoice with me; I have found my lost sheep.” ’ I tell you that in the same way there will be more rejoicing in heaven over one sinner who repents than over 99 righteous persons who do not need to repent.”

I told her the angels are partying in heaven for her decision to follow our Lord. We all like to party. Before I knew the Lord, that was the main plan on weekends — get hammered. But the party that Jesus is talking about here is so much better. He says the rejoicing in Heaven over one sinner who repents is indeed “party time.” I got to rejoice because I saw one of God’s sheep come to know her shepherd. The Bible teaches full assurance of salvation. You can know without a doubt that your sins are forgiven and that Jesus desires to lead you the rest of your life. Have you ever heard of a radical party going on and

you were not invited? Remember how bummed you felt. Jesus invites you to his party. It’s called The Supper Feast of the Lamb. All the righteous people and cool people and dare i say, strange — or, as the Bible says, peculiar — people are going to be there. What’s keeping you? Oh yes, he tells us we need to repent. The parties that go on in heaven deal with individual sinners turning to the savior. In fact, this is what Paul is telling the Ephesian elders : R e p e nt anc e t o war d Go d and faith in Jesus. If you’re reading this column, God wants you to know he loves you and has a great plan for your life. He wants to transform your

life. What do you need to do? Repent and thank him for what he has done for you. He died for your sins. He defeated death because he never sinned. He demonstrated his love for you while you were out sinning. It’s then that he died, according to Romans 5:8. Join the party, repent and turn to Jesus, and you too will hear those words resonate in your heart: “It is more blessed to give than receive.” Thank you Lord for giving us Jesus. ~~~ Mike Whitman is pastor of Brookings Christian Fellowship, 18881 Cornett Road, Cape Ferrelo. For information about services, call 541-412-7104.

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Grace Bible Church 302 North Hazel, Brookings

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Pacific Avenue at Oak Street Adult Bible Study: 9:00 a.m. Children’s Sunday School: 10:00 a.m. Worship: 10:00 a.m.

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Sunday School - 9:45 a.m. AM Worship - 8:30 - 11:00 a.m. PM Worship - 5:30 p.m. Bible Study - Wed. 7:00 p.m. Jr. High Youth - Wed. 6:30-8:30 p.m. Sr. High Youth - Thurs. 6:30-8:00 p.m.

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New Non-Denominational Church serving Brookings to Gold Beach Meeting at the Friendship Hall in Pistol River Sunday Service ~ 10 a.m.

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Pastor Carl Smith 541-659-9352

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First Baptist Community Church

Unity Spiritual Center Home of the “Daily Word.”

Sunday Service: 11 a.m.

Masonic Lodge 416 Azalea Park Road, Brookings 541-661-0889 www.unitybrookings.org

Wednesday Testimony Meeting: 6:00 p.m. Reading Room: Mondays & Wednesdays:1-3 p.m. 541-469-2398 or 541-469-3333

Trinity Lutheran Church 1200 Easy St., Brookings

Meridian & Cooper St., Crescent City Church: 707-464-4712 Preschool: 707-464-7604 Early Sunday Worship: 8:30 a.m. Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Contemporary Worship: 11 a.m. Childcare Provided

Sunday Bible School: 9 a.m. Sunday Worship Service: 10 a.m. Holy Communion first Sunday of each month.

Seventh Day Adventist Church

Living Waters Foursquare Church

102 Park Ave., Brookings

Sabbath School: 9:30 a.m. Worship Service: 11:00 a.m. Bible Study Wednesday evenings: 7:00 p.m. Pastor Jose Galvez 541-469-3030

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Sunday School ................9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship ...........10:30 a.m. Sunday MPACT Girls Club/Royal Rangers .......................6:00 p.m. Below: Call for Locations

Sunday Small Groups.....6:00 p.m. Tuesday Youth Group .....7:00 p.m. Wednesday Small Groups 6:30 p.m. James Schultz, Pastor • 541-469-3458

Brookings-Harbor Christian Church 777 Fifth Street, Brookings Sunday AM Service: 10:00 a.m. Weekly Communion Small Group Ministries

541-469-2531

Pastor Lance Knauss

To inform the community about your church’s schedule, please phone The Curry Coastal Pilot 541-469-3123

You are invited to join nationally known award winning author

Tim Palmer For a booksigning/presentation to celebrate the publication of his latest book

RIVERS OF CALIFORNIA NATURE’S LIFELINE IN THE GOLDEN STATE

Friday evening December 3, 2010 • 6 pm - 8 pm Elk Valley Rancheria Community Center 2332 Howland Hill Road, Crescent City

Dr. Gordon Myrah, Pastor Phone 541-469-3411 tlc.brookingsoregon.org

“Looking for an exciting Bible-Preaching Church? We may be just what you’re looking for!”

Smith River Baptist Church

Corner of Highland & Hwy. 101 707-487-5275 ~ Pastor Steve Alexander Sunday School (All Ages): 9:30 a.m. Worship Service: 10:30 a.m. Junior Church: 10:30 a.m. Nursery Provided All Services

Sr. High Youth: Sun. 5:00 p.m. Jr. High, Youth: Wed. 6:30 Kid’s JAM (2nd-5th) Wed. 6:30-7:30 Adult Bible Study: Wed. 6:45 p.m.

Tuesday, Nov. 30

Parmesan chicken, yams, carrots, fruit. Salisbury steak, scalloped potatoes, peas and carrots, cookie. Thursday Dec. 2

Turkey and ham stuffed potatoes, beets, cake. Friday, Dec. 3

Deep fried fish, tater tots, mixed vegetables, assorted desserts. ~~~ Meals – $4.50 for people 60 and older and $6.50 for all others – include assorted salads, coffee, tea or milk. Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The Chetco Activity Center is at 550 Chetco Lane, Brookings. For information, call 541-469-6822.

Saturday, Nov. 20

Monday, Nov. 29

Soup and sandwich. Tuesday, Nov. 30

Brunch. Wednesday, Dec. 1

St. Timothy's Episcopal Church

Bethel Baptist Church

Monday, Nov. 29

Spaghetti with meat sauce, cauliflower, garlic bread, ice cream.

All-you-can-eat breakfast from 8 to 11 a.m. The cost is $6 for this special meal.

Phone 541-469-5757 www.livingwatersfoursquare.com

Fundamental Independent 409 Hillside Ave. Unit C, Brookings 541-412-8180 ~ Pastor Ron Robertson www.bethelbaptistministries.com Sunday School: 10:00 a.m. Sunday Morning Preaching: 11:00 a.m. Sunday Evening Preaching: 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study: 7:00 p.m.

Chetco

Gold Beach

1136 Fifield Street, Brookings Sunday Morning Worship: 10:30 a.m. Wed. Kid’s Club: 7:00 p.m. Wed. Adult Bible Study: 7:00 p.m. Thurs. Youth Group: 7:00 p.m.

Fir Street at Old County Road, Brookings Sunday Adult Classes: 9 a.m. Sunday School: 9 a.m. Sunday Service: 10 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study: 11 a.m. Wednesday Holy Eucharist with healing service: 12 noon The Reverend Bernie Lindley www.sttimothyepiscopal.org 541-469-3314

Senior Menu

Wednesday, Dec. 1

A Positive Alternative

Brookings Christian Science Church Christian Fellowship North Alder at Pine Street, Brookings 18881 Cornett Road (off Cape Ferrelo) Sunday Service: 11 a.m. Brookings Sunday School: 11 a.m.

Grace Evangelical Lutheran

left, of the car dealership, presenting Paul Pederson, food bank manager, a check. Also pictured are food bank employees Kerry Sirkin, Gloria Sherman and Carolita Briggs.

541-698-0168

Sunday Morning Fellowship: 10:00 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship: 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Eve. Bible Study: 7:00 p.m.

Phone: 541-412-7104 Pastor: Mike Whitman Meeting Times: Sunday: 10:30ish Wednesday Evenings: 7:00 p.m. We are a Calvary Chapel Fellowship

Coast Auto Center helped the Brookings-Harbor Community Helpers food bank purchase more food to fill its pantry by donating $500 on Wednesday. Pictured is Carl Rust, second from

Pastors Dave & Deby Levendusky

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607 Pacific Ave., Brookings Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m. Thursday Potluck: 6:00 p.m. Thursday Evening Bible Study 6:30 p.m. Awana Clubs: Wed. 6 p.m. (Sept -May) Grades Pre-K-12th: Wed. 6:00 p.m. Dr. Ken Whitted • 541-469-2014

Helping the hungry

The Pilot/Bill Schlichting

Sloppy Joes, French fries, vegetables. Thursday, Dec. 2

Join us for an evening of fabulous stories of river adventures and about the challenges and promise flowing waterways all over the State.

photos, insight of freeGolden

Visit this link for a video of Tim Palmer on the Smith River http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNcUHL-Fwxc

Featuring local musician Jon Parmentier with selections from his latest CD, “Salmon Run”. Coordinated and sponsored by: Elk Valley Rancheria, Hospitality 101, Smith River Alliance, Sutter Coast Hospital, California Trout, Smith River Advisory Council and The Daily Triplicate Your RSVP appreciated 707-954-7222 

Roast chicken, egg noodles, vegetables. Friday, Dec. 3

Stew, vegetables. Saturday, Dec. 4

Shrimp scampi dinner fundraiser to support Meals on Wheels. Seatings at 5, 5:30 and 6 p.m. by reservation only. Call 541-247-7506. The cost is $12 per person or $10 for Gold Beach Senior Center members. ~~~ A $5 donation is requested for meals and includes full service salad bar with fruits and vegetables, and dessert. Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The Gold Beach Senior Center is at 29841 Airport Way. For information, call 541-247-7506.


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Arts Scene The Chetco Pelican Players present “Living for Christmas, Living for Love,� a musical show in the style of past Christmas revues, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3, at the Chetco Playhouse, 1240 Chetco Ave., Brookings. Performances are 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays through Dec. 19. For information, call 541-469-1857.

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MP3s, videos, photos and more at www.coastalgrooves.com. ~~~ Old Time Music Jam will be from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Friday, Dec.3, at Chetco Activity Center, 550 Chetco Lane, Brookings. Musicians of all ages are welcome. For information, call 541-4696787. ~~~ Jerry Moffit on keyboards and Gary Lowdon on sax perform from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3, at Nautical Inn, 16850 Highway 101, Smith River. ~~~ Giraffes on a Raft will perform from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 1, at The Snug, 515 Chetco Ave., Brookings. ~~~ •Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness (DNACA) presents fiddler Alasdair Fraser and cellist Natalie Haas in concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 2, at Crescent Elk Auditorium, 994 G St., Crescent City. Tickets are $18 for general admission and $12 for students and seniors. For information, call 707-464-1336 ~~~ Hootenanny Singalong meets from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, at the Chetco Activity Center, 550 Chetco Lane, Brookings. All ages, instruments and voices are welcome. The event is free. For information, call 541-469-6787.

~~~ The Curry-Del Norte Orchestra will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, at Bethany Lutheran Church, 94190 Fifth St., Gold Beach; 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5, at Elk Valley Rancheria, 2332 Howland Hill Road, Crescent City; and 7:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 6, at Trinity Lutheran Church, 1200 Easy St., Brookings. Admission is $10 for adults and free for students. ~~~ Gil Kirk performs keyboard at Sebastianď ?s Bar and Grill, 16011 Boat Basin Road, Harbor. Performances are from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and 7 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. For information, call 541-4696006. ~~~ Singing telegrams by Georgia Blank are being offered to lift spirits at no charge. The telegrams include Christmas carols, old hymns and military tributes. To schedule a singing telegram, call 541-469-5625.

Art exhibits A Wild Bird and Backyard General Store, 1109 Chetco Ave., Brookings: Pat Bisgrove, photography, and Wendy Hammon, natural wreaths. For information, call 541-412-9453. ~~~ Art Walk Alley Antiques, 519 Chetco Ave., Brookings: Tony Farcello, stained glass. For information, call 541-469-4466. ~~~ Brian Scott Gallery, 515 Chetco Ave., Brookings: Gold Beach artist Lorraine Filippone, abstract oils and acrylics. Also works by Elio Camacho, Christina Olsen, Elaine Roemen and Dale Wells. For information, call 541412-8687. ~~~ Chetco Community Public Library, 405 Alder St., Brookings:

Gallery, no exhibit; lobby showcase, “Gone But Not Forgottenâ€?ď ‰ — Display by The Compassionate Friends, a national organization that provides support for families that have lost a child. For information, call 541-469-7738. ~~~ College of the Redwoods, Del Norte, 883 W. Washington Blvd., Crescent City: Sara Broderick, oil and watercolor paintings, and pencil and ink drawings. For information, call Lynn Durkee, library technician, at 707-4652330. ~~~ Creating Lasting Memories, 609 Chetco Ave., Brookings: Tom Moody, acrylics, watercolor, and pen and ink. For information, call 541-412-7929. ~~~ Crescent Harbor Gallery, 140 Marine Way, Crescent City: Horst Wolf, watercolors. For information, call 707464-9133. ~~~ Del Norte County Courthouse, 450 H St., Crescent City: Del Norte Association for Cultural Awarenessď ? (DNACA) 19th annual Juried Multimedia Exhibition featuring works by Bryant Anderson, George Cady, Pete Chasar, Betty Depee, Larry Depee, Mary R. Heflin, Lloyd Kirkpatrick, Wendy D. Malone, Tom Moody, Muriel Northrip, Marybeth Sampson, Carol Schach, Mureen Walker and Trude Zmoelnig. For information, call Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness at 707-464-1336 or 707-464-2168. ~~~ Deweyď †s Digs, Curry Coastal Pilot conference room, 507 Chetco Ave., Brookings: A display of photographs by contributers to the 2011 BrookingsHarbor Lions Club fundraising calendar. For information, call 541-251-1005. ~~~ Evermore Gallery, 330 H St., Crescent City:ď …The works of 20 local

artists and crafters. For information, call 707-465-6000. ~~~ Feather Your Nest, 703 Chetco Ave., Brookings: Bonnie Tripett, painted ornaments. For information, call 541469-4300. ~~~ Manley Art Center and Gallery, 433 Oak St., Brookings: “Honoring Our Own,â€? Pelican Bay Arts Association membersď ? paintings of other members. The gallery theme is “House of Dreams.â€? For information, call 541-4691807. ~~~ MoVino Wine Bar, 625 Chetco Ave., Brookings: Seven new paintings of Christina Olsen. For information, call 541-412-7929. ~~~ Signatures Gallery and JTo Prints, 656 Chetco Ave., Brookings: Karon Walstad of Huntington Beach, Calif., Drew Struzan of Pasadena, Calif., Ken Auster of Laguna Beach, Calif., Maggie Price of New Mexico and Jan Kunz of San Francisco, and local artists Spencer Reynolds, Thomas Sheets, Joe Tonini,ď ‰ Don Rommes, Christina Olsenď ‰ and Sandy Bonney. For information, call 541-469-1085. ~~~ Sweet Pea Confections and Collectibles, 1029 Chetco Ave., Brookings: Lillian Sciulli, watercolors. For information, call 541-469-0234. ~~~ South Coast Humane Society Shelter, 828 Railroad St., Brookings: Nature photography by Regina Richards. For information, call 541-4120325. ~~~ Words and Pictures, 407 Oak St., Brookings: Webfoot Weavers Guild, scarves and other fiber art, and Sue Johnson, felt hats. For information, call 541-469-7067.

What’s happening this weekend Slow Children

Slow Children will perform at 7 p.m. today (Nov. 27) at Redwood Theater, 621 Chetco Ave., Brookings. Tickets are $20 ad the door or $15 in advance at the theater box office. For information, visit www.slowchildrenlv. com.

Nick and His Sax

Nick and His Sax will perform at 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 28, at Pine Cone Tavern, 629 Chetco Ave., Brookings. The musician has performed for more than 60 years and has played with such legends as Fats Domino, Ricky Nelson, The Platters, Duane Eddie, The Fleetwoods and The Sevilles. ~~~ Wrightď †s Custom Frame Shop, 810 Chetco Ave., Brookings: “Fishing Boats,â€? Photography by Jimmy Phillips, and “Bruins on Bikes,â€? a display of motorcycle-riding bear statues. For information, call 541-469-7900. ~~~

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Bulletin Board Monday, Nov. 29 •Al-Anon meets at 6:30 p.m. at St. Timothyď ?s Episcopal Church, 401 Fir St., Brookings. The group encourages people with friends or family members whose drinking affects their lives to share experiences, strengths and hope. For information, call 541-661-2106. •Tri-Cities Bridge Club plays at noon at St. Timothyď ?s Episcopal Church, 401 Fir St., Brookings. Entry fee is $4 per session. For partnerships, call Dorothy Nixon at 541-469-1901 or manager Dottie Ellis at 541-661-1015. Games are also played at noon on Thursdays. •TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) OR1116 meets in the Evergreen Federal Bank conference room, 850 Chetco Ave., Brookings. Weigh-in begins at 8:30 a.m. with the meeting following from 9 to 10. For information, call 541-469-3419. •Civil Air Patrol meets at 6 p.m. at the airport terminal in Brookings. The organization teaches leadership, aerospace education and emergency services to children in sixth through 12th grade. Pilots and non-pilots are welcome to attend meetings. Students interested in joining may contact Charles Kresa for information at 707-218-4529. •Jazzercise is offered at 7:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. at Brookings-Harbor Christian Church, 777 Fifth St., Brookings. Classes are also offered at 7:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesdays and at 7:45 a.m. Fridays. For information, call instructor Jennifer Hanson at 800-FIT-IS-IT (348-4748). •Boy Scout Troop 32 meets at 7 p.m. at Scout Hall, 414 Azalea Park Road, Brookings. Members and those interested in Scouting are welcome to attend. For information, call Scoutmaster Lee Karlquist at 541-412-8975. •Traditional Yang-style tai chi classes are from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Chetco Grange Community Center, 97895 Shopping Center Ave., Harbor. For information, call 541-469-3473 or 541-6613593. •A computer class is offered from 10 to 11 a.m. in the Chetco Activity Center boardroom, 550 Chetco Lane, Brookings. For information, call 541-469-6822. •Free meals are served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Seventh-day Adventist Church, 102 Park Ave., Brookings. Donations are welcome. Everyone is invited. •A meditation class taught by Abby Gail Layton is offered from 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. at Visana Yoga Studio, 603 Hemlock St., Suite 3C, Brookings. This is an ongoing, drop-in class. No experience necessary. Donations accepted. For information, call 541-254-0485. Tuesday, Nov. 30 •The Rotary Club of BrookingsHarbor meets at noon at Sea View Senior Living, 98059 Gerlach Lane, Harbor. For information, visit www.district5110.org/brookings. •Renegade line dance class for beginners is from 6 to 7 p.m. followed by classes for intermediate to advanced dancers from 7:15 to 8:30 at Ship Ashore Resort, 12370 Highway 101, Smith River For information, call 707-464-6866. •Al-Anon Family Group meets from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 209 Wharf St., Brookings. The group is a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who meet to share their experience, strength

The Curry Coastal Pilot welcomes submissions for the Bulletin Board. Submissions should be sent at least 10 days before the event to be announced in two consecutive issues. For information, call Bill Schlichting at (541) 469-3123. Announcements should be typed or written legibly and delivered to the Pilot office, 507 Chetco Ave., Brookings, mailed to P.O. Box 700, Brookings, OR 97415, faxed to 469-4679, e-mailed to news@currypilot.com, or submitted online at http://www.currypilot.com, and hope in an effort to solve common problems. •Mommy and Me meets from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at Lighthouse Assembly of God Church, 15803 Highway 101, Harbor, or at KidTown at Azalea Park in Brookings. For information call 541-2512468. •Quilters gather from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Chetco Activity Center, 550 Chetco Lane, Brookings. For information, call 541-469-6822. •The Del Norte International Folkdancers invites adults who want to get moving to join the group from 7:30 to 9 p.m. at the Del Norte Senior Center, 1765 Northcrest Drive, Crescent City. No experience or partner is necessary. There is no charge to participate. Beginning dances from around the world will be taught the first 45 minutes, with request dancing afterward. Participants are asked to wear comfortable shoes. For information, call 707-458-3132 or 707-464-9690. •A free exercise class is offered by the Chetco Activity Center from 8:30 to 9:45 a.m. in the Seventh-day Adventist Church lower level, 102 Park Ave., Brookings. The class also is offered from 8:30 to 9:45 a.m. on Thursdays. The program is open to all ages and ability levels and participants are welcome to join anytime. For information, call 541469-6822. •Choiď †s Tae Kwon Do Martial Arts offers classes from 6 to 7 p.m. Classes are also offered on Thursdays. For information and location, call instructor Greg Doan at 541-469-2804. •Adult tae kwon do classes are from 6 to 7 p.m. at South Coast Fitness Center in the Brookings-Harbor Shopping Center in Harbor. For information, call 541-469-7118. Classes are also from 6 to 7 p.m. Thursdays. •Tai chi classes are from 10 to 11 a.m. at South Coast Fitness Center in the Brookings-Harbor Shopping Center in Harbor. For information, call Saun Stone at 707-954-9824. Classes are also from 10 to 11 a.m. Thursdays. •Traditional Yang-style tai chi classes are from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at Chetco Grange Community Center, 97895 Shopping Center Ave., Harbor. For information, call 541-469-3473 or

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What’s happening this weekend Saturday, Nov. 27 Geology walk

Life’s final seasons can be some of the most fulfilling, especially when you look to hospice for help.

Learn about the geology of Harris Beach State Park during a ranger-led walk beginning at 2 p.m. Ranger Angela Stewart will share the mysteries of the rocks, including a ship rock that is expected to dock in a few million years. Meet at the campground entrance booth parking lot. In the event of bad weather, the hike will be cancelled.

Your hospice team can help you with the details so you and your family can focus on what’s most important‌

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Enjoying life together and living the final season to its fullest!

Star of the Sea bingo

If you are thinking about hospice don’t wait. The earlier you call, the sooner you will discover all the advantages hospice has to offer you or your loved one during this season of life.

Nature’s Coastal Holiday will light up Azalea Park from 5 to 9 p.m. Admission is $1. The annual light show will be open nightly through Dec. 24.

Bingo is played at Star of the Sea Catholic Church, 820 Old County Road, Brookings. Quarter bingo starts at 11 a.m. and regular bingo, with a $10 buy-in, follows at 1 p.m. Games are played in a non-smoking environment. Lunch and snacks are served. 541-661-3593. •Free meals are served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at St. Timothyď ?s Episcopal Church, 401 Fir St., Brookings. Donations are welcome. Everyone is invited. •A free health clinic for the uninsured will be from 1 to 4 p.m. in the St. Timothyď ?s Episcopal Church lower level, 401 Fir St., Brookings. Clients are seen on a walk-in basis only. For information, call 541-469-3314. Thursday, Dec. 2 •Aglow International meets at 7 p.m. in the Harbor Water District meeting room, 98069 W. Benham Lane.

Announcements •Alcoholics Anonymous has many meetings from which to choose in Brookings-Harbor and Gold Beach. Locations and times in Brookings-Harbor may be obtained by phoning 541-469-2440. In Gold Beach, call 541-247-9038 or 541247-0695. •Moms In Touch International meets for prayers weekly. For information, call Ruth Wilson at 541-469-4798. •Oasis Shelter Home provides a haven for women and their children to be free of domestic violence, sexual abuse and resulting homelessness. Oasis offers a womenď ?s peer support group on domestic violence intervention from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Call for dates. For assistance, call 541-247-7600 or 800-447-1167. •South Coast Chapter of the American Council of the Blind now meets quarterly at various locations and times. For a schedule or information about the group, call Carol Mallard, chapter president, at 541-412-3023. •The Pregnancy Care Center – also known as P.C.C. Connections – of Brookings, located at 344 Pacific Ave., offers free and confidential pregnancy tests, education on all pregnancy options, par-

enting classes, baby and maternity items and more. The center is open from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday. Client classes are offered at 2 p.m. Wednesdays. For information about classes or about the center, call 541469-1846. A 24-hour hotline is available at 800-395-4357. •CCď †s Cancer Resource Center offers free counseling and resource options daily to women addressing cancer issues. The resource center is inside CCď ?s Upscale Resale Clothing Store in the Brookings-Harbor Shopping Center in Harbor. The center is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. The resource center also hosts Tea at Ten group meetings every Saturday from 10 to 11 a.m. For information, call 541-4692072. •Nichiren Buddhist gatherings are scheduled weekly in Brookings. New introductions are welcome. For information, call 541-412-3639. •The Christian Science Reading Room and Bookstore, 429 Pine St., Brookings, is open from 1 to 3 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays. The room contains products and resources for the exploration of spiritual healing. For information, call 541-469-2398.

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Chetco Activity Center keeps seniors active

The board’s corner

We have a strong and dedicated board of directors, but we are looking to add to their numbers. Since the last article, we heard from three community members who may be willing to join. As an organization, we need people who are passionate about helping seniors. The Chetco Activity Center has been active since it started in the mid-1970s. The cur-

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rent building was built in the ’80s. This is a time of change and growth — we hope you’ll be part of it.

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We sold over 117 tickets for our Thanksgiving Day Dinner, and although I’m writing this before it happens, I’m going to call it a success. The holidays are a good time to gather family, friends and community together and share a meal. Thanks to all who participated. We are thankful for each one of you. Kitchen survey

In September and October, we put out a survey to see what our members liked and

didn’t like. Our kitchen staff looked over the results and are tweaking the menus each month to reflect the feedback. Although steak and lobster won’t be one of the offerings anytime soon, we serve great tasting and nutritious meals that aren’t too heavy on the sodium. In October, the health department inspected the kitchen and dining area, and gave us a 100-percent approval rating. Congrats to the kitchen staff. In closing

If you have not had the opportunity to visit us the past, we hope you’ll come soon. Remember, Chetco Activity Center is open to all senior and community members. The address is 550 Chetco Lane,

Brookings. Hours are from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays, and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays. Lunch hours are from 11:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The cost for those 60 and older is a suggested donation of $4.50. Those younger than 60 pay $6.50. The December menu and activity calendar are available now — just stop by and pick one up. ~~~ Dawn Baines is the office and operations manager of Chetco Activity Center, 550 Chetco Lane, Brookings. She can be reached at 541-4696822. For information, visit http://brookings.chamberbusinessgateway.com/chetcoactivity-center.

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the rooms we have available for rent. The film’s schedule varies day to day for the last five days of its run: 10:30 a.m., 5 and 8:30 p.m. today (Nov. 27); 8 a.m., 3:30 and 11 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 28; 11 a.m., 5 and 9:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 29; 5 and 10:30 a.m., and 11 pm. Tuesday, Nov. 30; and 7 and 11 a.m., and 8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 1.

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As I write this article, the snow is falling and I think I am the only one in town that is happy about it. I will take 80-degree days — or snow — any day of the week. You may keep the rain — although I do like thunder and lightning storms like we had this past weekend.

Southwestern Oregon Community College will offer courses in adult basic education and GED preparation during the winter term in Curry County. Classes will meet in Brookings on Tuesdays and Thursdays and in Gold Beach on Mondays and Wednesdays. A two-session orientation is required for all new students who take the classes.

The orientation sessions in Gold Beach are scheduled Jan. 3 and 5 at the Gold Beach Center at the Event Center on the Beach, 29392 Ellensburg Ave. The Brookings orientation sessions will be on Jan. 4 and 6 at the Brookings Center, 420 Alder St. Orientations at both locations are scheduled from 6 to 8:30 p.m. There is a $25 charge. To

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Think twice before adopting pet DEAR PAW’S CORNER: Thank you for printing Dori’s view on pet adoption in your column. I have been in the animal rescue business for many years and have 10 “unadoptables.” Dori is so right, and I applaud her for her ability to state her position so clearly. I hope many of your readers got it. I have the results of poor choices — lucky for me because they are so dear, but they had to go through so much, which is very sad. — Pam Y., Lewiston, Calif. DEAR PAM: Thank you for the update and for taking in the “unadoptables” — pets that, in many cases, have behavioral or health issues that their former owners couldn’t deal with. People who are interested in purchasing or adopting a pet must do their homework before making the leap, especially if they have no prior experience. It’s not enough just to read up on the breed of dog or cat you’re interested in, their traits and behavior. You have to take into account the impact on your lifestyle and your bank account. Pet care costs money, so you must be prepared for routine

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Lighthouse society honors Coast Guard 10 facts about hospice One of the highlights of “A Virtual Tour of St. George Reef Lighthouse� recently held at Brookings Community Center was a flag ceremony presented by a color guard from the Chetco Coast Guard Station. Following the flag salute, a certificate of appreciation was presented to the guardsmen by the sponsors of the event, the St. George Reef Lighthouse Preservation Society, as a token of the close relationship that existed between the Oregon Coast Guard Group and St. George Reef lighthouse when the offshore beacon was in operation prior to 1975. Although technically separated by a state line and operating in a different Coast Guard District, the life boat from Brookings Harbor stood by when lighthouse crewmen were transferred to the station from the deck of a Coast Guard Group Humboldt Bay cutter while dangling from the end of a 90-foot boom that stuck out from the east side of the structure. Exceptional safety precautions negated jurisdictional considerations because three Coast Guard keepers were killed

More than 130 dying individuals were served by Curry County Hospice last year, yet, there are some important facts about hospice that most people don’t know. This may be keeping someone you know from getting the best care possible, when they need it most. Facts about hospice include: •Our Hospice is not a place; it’s high-quality medical professionals going to the patient, their family, friends, and caregivers helping them to focus on comfort and quality of life. •Hospice services are paid for by Medicare, Medicaid, most insurance plans, and donations. Fear of costs should never prevent a person from accessing hospice care since in Curry County, hospice is provided without regard to ability to pay. •We will serve anyone with a life-limiting illness, regardless of age or type of illness. •We will serve people of all backgrounds and traditions. Our core values cross all cultures by allowing the patient to be with family, offering spiritual and emotional support, symptom control and pain management. •Research has shown that the majority of Americans would prefer to be at home at the end of life’s journey — we try to make this possible for most people. •We serve people living in

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The color guard was composed of Petty Officers Wade Heath, Kenly Stewart and Christian Stevenson and Seaman Nicholas

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Jan Loren

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Kim Jones

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Mary O’Holleran

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Nieca Wright

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16289 Highway 101 S., Brookings, OR

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GREAT LOCATION NEAR PARK – Practically across the street from Azalea Park and Kid Town there are two R2 zoned parcels; one currently has a 4-bedroom home in need of repair or removal. The land is very usable and would be a super place to build some multifamily units. The total area of both lots is .81 acre with mature shrubbery and lovely trees. $299,900 No.10058113

BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN VIEWS – Be surrounded by the tranquility of the mountains on this .21-acre parcel above Brookings. Within a short distance of the powerful Pacific Ocean and an easy drive to all necessities, the paved access and underground utilities to your lot line are part of the improvements. Wildlife still visits the endless serenity on top of the world. $95,000 No.8816463

SUNSET MAGAZINE HOME – This classic style home is updated with a newer roof, a heat pump and 2 water heaters. It’s a 4-bedroom, 2-bath on over a quarter acre with 2,219 sq. ft., a brick fireplace, formal dining, large kitchen, big laundry/mud room and a sun porch. Remove the carpets, refinish the Oak flooring and you have a really incredible prize with this one! $225,000 No.9086521

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ALL YOU NEED AND MORE – Nicely furnished right down to the kitchenware, this 3-bedroom manufactured home in a Harbor 55+ park has over 1,300 sq. ft. of living space plus a covered carport, deck and extra storage. The living room is warm and inviting; one bedroom is perfect for an office; there is a laundry with appliances included. Priced to sell! $57,500 No.10064008

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BE INSPIRED BY THE RIVER – This magnificent river view home is light and open with a wall of windows capturing the emerald green of the Chetco River. It has a newer architectural roof, copper gutters and plenty of area on a .36-acre parcel. There is a separate guest suite with kitchen, bed and bath. This home is so clean there is vinyl on the garage floor! $465,000 No.9007597

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A MUST SEE CUSTOM HOME – This beautiful 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath home with nearly 2,900 sq. ft. offers unique features like a master suite with a built-in sauna, enclosed sunroom, large laundry room with custom cabinetry and oversized garage. A family room, TV room, formal dining, in-kitchen dining area and oversized corner lot complete this home. $415,000 No.9077606

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ROOM TO ROAM ACRE – There is a one-plus acre parcel of level to sloped property bordered on three sides by roadway and partially fenced. Relax out in the countryside just minutes from Brookings-Harbor and build your custom dream home here. Power, water and phone services are available and possible ocean views with a few removed & trimmed trees! $99,000 No.9086653

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BLUE PACIFIC REALTY

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION – With a sandy beach nearby, this 1,847 sq. ft. home has the right location in a nice neighborhood. The floor plan has the living room, dining room, kitchen with oak cabinets, bathroom and laundry on the first floor. Upstairs has a huge family room, a bath and 3 bedrooms. Garage with shop and separate hobby studio. $316,000 No.10020337

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AFTER HOURS Alex Carr-Frederick ......541-661-3586 Ann MacLean ..................541-661-4111 Claire Willard .................541-661-3239 Connie Ruma ..................541-561-1934 Jan Loren..........................541-661-4197 Jeanette K. McVay ...................Broker Kim Jones .........................541-661-1600 Lisa Wopschall ................541-661-6622 Mary O’Holleran............541-661-3325 Nieca Wright ...................541-661-0200 Sarah Pettinger ...............541-251-4382 Tiny Caudell ...................541-412-8424

SECLUSION ON YOUR VIEW HILLTOP – Exquisite home with panoramic ocean and mountain views on 13.45 private acres. Built to enjoy the magnificent surroundings, this home has 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, Italian tile; plank hardwood; 2 Tulikivi stoves; rolling pasture, 2,000+ trees. Attached garage; separate shop and RV garage. Get Feature Sheet. $1,250,000 No.10059623

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WELL KEPT HOME NEAR BEACH – A lovely, open and light 3-bedroom, 2-bath home touts over 1,300 sq. ft., comfy living room/dining area, over counter glassed china cabinet, breakfast area and plenty of storage. On a cul-de-sac with other nicely kept residences, it has a pretty front patio and privacy wall, large garage with storage and low annual HOA fees. $237,500 No.10088212

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