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Victor and Allison play 7 Devils Aug. 27 

COOS BAY — Allison and Victor return to Coos Bay to play at 7 Devils Brewing Co. for the Blackberry Festival; their live musical performance will be on the patio from 2-5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 27.

Creating a sonic stew of jazz, blues, and folk with European and Latin spices, guitar, vocals, and saxophone, these two have made a splash in the vineyards, festivals, listening rooms and National Parks of Northern California and Southern Oregon. Voted as the "Music Pick" for the Spring Southern Oregon Magazine 2015, these two also performed at the Oregon Coast Music Festival in 2015, the NorCal Jazz Festival and the Napa Artisans Festival and many more. They have most recently shared the stage Delbert Bump and drummer Akira Tana, and Lazy Lester as well as Blind Boys of Alabama, Acoustic Alchemy, Tuck and Patti and blues legend John Hammond.

Other performances on the Oregon Coast include a performance on Sunday, Sept. 10 at the Cranberry Festival in Bandon. For more on these artists visit allisonandvictor.com and facebook.com/AllisonAndVictor. 

School Registration for Coos Bay Students

COOS BAY — High school registration and K-7th grade welcome back letters will be arriving soon.

Registration at Marshfield High School will be held Wednesday, Aug. 23, for freshmen and sophomores and Thursday, Aug. 24, for 8th graders, seniors and juniors. Students need to bring their updated registration packets.

Destinations and Resource Link students will register 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 23, and 1-6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 24. Students need to bring their updated registration packets.

For students new to the district or starting kindergarten, go to  for Registration Information. There you will find information with a link to the registration packet. You can also  pick one up at Milner Crest Education Center, 1255 Hemlock Ave. in Coos Bay. Turn in the packets at Milner Crest until Tuesday, Aug. 22, or turn them in to the school office Wednesday, Aug. 23, or later.  

For new to the district high school students, call 541-267-1400  to find out information to meet with your counselor.

Registration information can be found at , call 541-267-1310, or contact your school offices after Aug. 23.

Local Daughters celebrate 100 years (PHOTO DAR)

COOS BAY — The Coos Bay Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution hosted the District II Meeting and Workshop Saturday, Aug. 12, at the Coos History Museum. The added feature of this event was the 100th birthday celebration of the Coos Bay Chapter.

The Chapter was organized in October 2017 in Marshfield. Membership of the Chapter included women from several towns on the bay. Steve Greif Coos History Museum Board Member gave a presentation on the Coos Bay area in 1917. 

Alice Miles, Oregon State Regent, brought greetings and presented State and Chapter award certificates. Mayor Joe Benetti welcomed the Daughters to the City of Coos Bay. 

If you have a Revolutionary Patriot in your family tree, go to , Click on “Membership” or call 202-879-3224. There currently is a display in the entry of the Coos Bay Library that highlights the Coos Bay Chapter.

Operation Backpack Program seeks donations

Coos Bay Schools’ Operation Backpack/Shoebox is back. This program helps children in need with school supplies, hygiene products, backpacks, and shoes to begin school without any barriers.

Instead of giving K-7th grade students a list of school supplies to purchase, the district asks parents to pay a $25 school fee which the district uses to purchase basic school and classroom supplies for K-7th grade students. Families are asked to provide backpacks and PE shoes.

For 8th – 12th grade, the costs are considerably more and depends on the involvement of the student. Costs include fees for books, student body cards, PE uniforms, class supplies, etc.

Unfortunately, there are families in the district who aren’t able to afford the fees or purchase the required supplies. We are asking the community to sponsor a student and cover their fee or donate backpacks, shoes, and hygiene products. Other needs include sweatpants and underwear for younger students who may have accidents during school hours.

The donated backpacks and supplies will be distributed to the schools where they are most needed. School nurses distribute the hygiene products throughout the school year.

For each student sponsored, you’ll receive two tickets to any regular season 2017-218 Marshfield High School Event involving athletics, drama, music, etc. The donations are tax deductible.

Checks can be mailed to and donated items can be delivered to the district office, 1255 Hemlock Ave., Coos Bay. Indicate “Operation Backpack” on the check. Summer hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Call 541-267-1310 for more information or go to  

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