2014 Community Baby Shower

Community Baby Shower

Please help us help Coos County babies who are in need of basic items when they come into this world. Many times children are born into poverty and the parents of these children find it difficult if not impossible to purchase care items. The Community Baby Shower helps these families in their most desperate time of need by providing care items for their newborn babies. This year we are putting a strong emphasis on diapers and baby wipes. Diapers are quite expensive and your donation of disposable diapers will help immensely. Here are a list of suggested items to donate at this years Community Baby Shower at the Pony Village Mall.


– Disposable Diapers and Baby Wipes

– Baby Oil

– Pacifiers

– Bottles and Nipples

– Baby Powder

– Baby Shampoo


– Knitted Booties and Hats

– T-shirts and Onesies

– Pajamas

– Q-Tips

– Baby Toys

– Socks

– Receiving Blankets and Quilts


For more information or to sponsor a child please call Amber Burnette at 541-297-5523 .






Art Connection in downtown Coos Bay has a large selection of art supplies, custom framing, posters and prints. You’ll also find a great kids section. They’re located on the corner of 4th and Anderson in the heart of downtown Coos Bay. Call (541) 267-0186 or find them online at www.coosartconnection.com.

Bassett Hyland Energy Company is your locally owned and operated Chevron stations. Serving Coos and Douglas Counties they’ll help to keep your engine clean with Techron at Chevron. Online at www.bassetthyland.com

Dept Of Human Services is proud to sponsor the Community Baby Shower. The Community baby closet helps Coos County families in need year-round. The Community Baby Closet is located at the Newmark Center and has helped hundreds of local citizens. DHS, looking forward to serving our youngest neighbors thanks to your generous support.

Ken Ware Chevrolet, Buick, GMC Cadillac since 1984 is the best deal in Oregon with new and used Chevrolets, Cadillacs, Buicks and GMC’s. Reliable service before and after the sale. Test drive yours today at Ken Ware Super Store, 1595 Newmark in North Bend. See their entire inventory on line at www.kenware.net Ware Chevy Runs Deep. (541) 756-1181.

Perry’s Supply is locally owned and has a huge selection of electrical, plumbing, lighting supplies and so much more. Shop where the contractors shop on Broadway in North Bend, open 7 days a week. (541) 756-2051.

State Farm providing insurance and financial services with Russell W. Clark Insurance Agency at 272 Park Avenue in Coos Bay or call (541) 267-4441. Like a good neighbor State Farm is there. Online at www.statefarm.com.


Tiny Toes Boutique and Resale offers new and used baby clothes, maternity clothes, baby and toddler gear and much more. Open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm. Located at 300 Central Ave in downtown Coos Bay. Call (541) 808-0079.

Tom’s Lock and Key in North Bend where their customers are key people. They offer a 24-hour emergency service for commercial, residential, and industrial. If you’re locked out call the experts at (541) 756-4295 because their customers are key people.

The UPS Store in North Bend does more than shipping. They offer printing and mailbox services, packing and moving supplies and more. Sending and packing is made easy at the UPS Store, 3696 Broadway in North Bend. Open at 8am Monday through Saturday.

Verger Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge – Committeed to customer service and satisfaction. Check out their exception selection of new and used cars online or in person. Meet their friendly sales staff who can assist you in finding the perfect Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or Ram. Verger’s, 1400 Ocean Boulevard, Coos Bay or online at www.verger.com.

The World Pawn Exchange, located at 1980 Sherman Ave in North Bend, offers a wide selection of musical instruments, video games and systems, firearms, jewelry and more. If you need cash, they buy gold and silver. You can even get a cash loan. Find them online at www.worldpawnexchange.com or call (541) 756-2789.


This entry was posted on Monday, February 24th, 2014 and is filed under Events, Local Events, Local News.