Hollyhocks planted last year flourished this summer on the south side of the club.
The patio replacement account has been paid off, thanks to a generous donation from one couple, and matching donation from our treasurer.
The hang glider group donated five hundred dollars after that, and we received another donation from a wedding party that was impressed by the new patio, so we may use those additional funds to improve the garden or add some lights.
Thanks to all who have donated!
The patio is all done, and it came out great.
The patio replacement fund has reached nearly ten thousand dollars. We spent a bit over fifteen thousand dollars on the project.
Construction on our patio replacement has already begun (we have generously been loaned the money until we finish fund-raising efforts).
The barbecue is gone, and leveling efforts have begun:
(Photos credit: Evlyn Newell)
The Oceanside Community Club is the heart of Oceanside.
Our back patio concrete is 30 years old and cracking up. The cost to replace the patio with paving stones is $15,000. We received a bequest from Andrew Hay of $2,300, but have a long way to go.
While your contributions are not tax deductible, if everyone contributes a little, we can reach our goal.
Checks should be made payable to Oceanside Community Club and given to Bob Steele or mailed to PO Box 329, Oceanside, OR 97134.
As of April 27, 2013, the Oceanside Community Club is part of the Tillamook County Quilt Trail. The Sand Dollar Quilt Block design is one of over 80 unique blocks on the trail.
The Tillamook County Quilt Trail’s mission is to preserve and promote Tillamook County’s rural heritage. This quilt block was funded by the Oceanside Community Club & the Oceanside Protection Society.
The Oceanside Independence Day Parade continues to grow in popularity.
Here is a two-and-a-half minute movie showing most of the parade.