In March of 2013, approximately 24 Cape Meares home owners took the initial Red Cross training required to become a Red Cross volunteer. We are re-booting that effort with two classes, to be held Saturday, November 15th. These classes will introduce and train you in the most common Red Cross disaster responses. We are extending this invitation to Tillamook County at large.
CMCA held their annual Halloween Party Potluck on Saturday, October 25, 2014. Below are pictures that were taken at the event. Double-click on any of the pictures to see an enlarged version of the photo.
The obituary below was written by Mr Brooks Sanders, husband of the deceased.
“Marti Cooksey, retired director of clinical administration for the Child Development and Rehabilitation Center at Oregon Health Sciences University, died October 18. She was 65.
Different neighborhoods of Cape Meares had different exercises for the October 16th Shakeout. For our hillside neighborhood, the exercise we used was to go about your day as usual. Then, at 10:16 AM, imagine the earthquake and think about what you would do. How would you respond? What differences would your location make?
A survey has been prepared to gather feedback regarding the proposed eco-resort to be built on the Bayocean spit. There are 25 items to answer. It should be possible to complete the survey in about 10-12 minutes. After you have answered all of the questions be sure to click the submit button located at the bottom.
Click on the link below to access the online survey.
Halloween Is Coming to Cape Meares A Bit Early
Saturday, October 25th at 6:00 PM
Hasten to the Haunted Schoolhouse For A Potluck
To refresh your memory, this summer a Conditional Use Permit was sought from Tillamook County by the owner of a 53-acre parcel located just south of the second gate at the northern end of the Bayocean spit. As part of the approval process Tillamook County determined the eco-resort application was “complete.” This means that all of the Review Criteria were addressed for a Conditional Use permit. It does not, however, mean that the permit was approved or likely to be approved.