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Are There Any Melatonin Side Effects?

A sleep-related hormone created by the pineal organ, melatonin is generally new in enhancement structure. While it is for the most part regarded safe, there are a couple of symptoms you ought to know about before taking it. First To start with, for the time being, symptoms are nearly non-existent. While a few clients have […]

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Facebook Marketing

Facebook is more than only a go to site for those announcements from loved ones, amusing feline recordings, and faulty political posts. Facebook Marketing is additionally an effective instrument for organizations of all sizes to use in their advertising procedure – and it doesn’t need to cost a great many dollars in promoting spending plan, […]

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A Sleep Aid That Works

Melatonin is a natural substance that is synthesized from serotonin and produced by the pineal gland. Its production is highest at night and naturally signals the body that it’s time to sleep. To paraphrase, this manages people’s perceptions and natural reactions to night and day. Folks with sleeplessness naturally lack this natural substance; thus, their […]

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You Can Do Anything You Want

At a conference last week, I got slightly offended by one of the attendees. I struggled with why I was so hurt by the interaction I had with this woman. She said, “What do you do?” I told her I was a copywriter. She rolled her eyes and said, “Good luck with that. My son’s […]

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GuideBook

Coastal Rivers Scenic Loop From the Coastal River Mountain Canyon, the Wild Rogue River Canyon, the majestic Pacific Ocean, to the Coastal River Valley, the Coastal Rivers Scenic Loop takes you on a 170-mile exploration of some of the Pacific Northwest’s most scenic countryside. Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin

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Coos Country Fair & Rodeo

Home of the largest annual event in Coos County, this five-day spectacular is filled with fun for all ages. Myrtle Point hosts this carnival at the end of July each year as a county-wide showcase for agriculture, crafts, industry and business. Since it began in 1912 the fair has provided opportunity for youngsters to seniors […]

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Christmas Lights

Christmas Lights – The Night Santa Claus is coming to town! Ensuring hundreds of local children the opportunity to visit and have their picture taken with Old Saint Nick, the Chamber of Commerce turns this holiday evening into a family event by encouraging local merchants to remain open for after hours shopping. Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin

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Harvest Festival

Myrtle Point Harvest Festival Since its inception in the late 1980s as a venue for fruit/vegetable growers and crafters to promote their local products, as well as celebrate the end of yet another season, the Harvest Festival has become a favorite fall event. Sponsored by the Myrtle Point Chamber of Commerce and held annually on […]

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Outdoor Recreation

  MYRTLE POINT SKATEPARK Skaters from far and wide have tested their skills against the concrete waves of this challenging park. Considered one of the gnarliest skateparks in Southwestern Oregon, the Myrtle Point Skatepark features a rolled pyramid, fun box, tombstone and ten foot bowl. Built in 2001 on the site of Myrtle Point’s original […]

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Museums

COOS COUNTY LOGGING MUSEUM Housed in a scaled down replica of the Mormon Tabernacle, the Coos County Logging Museum preserves the history of Coos County’s logging industry as well as provides a memorial to those who lost their lives working in the timber industry. The opportunity to view the massive selection of old-time logging photographs […]

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Organizations and Services

• The Lions Club has been active in Myrtle Point since 1928. The group serves the community through a number service projects through the year including providing eyeglasses, hearing support, support for cataract surgery and vision and health screenings. They also hold Bingo nights each Tuesday to raise money for their projects. Contact information: http://lions.sworegon.org. […]

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Schools

  Great Schools in Myrtle Point The Myrtle Point School District encompasses the outlying communities of Dora/Sitkum, Broadbent, Bridge and Arago. Students attend Myrtle Crest (K-6th grades) or Myrtle Point Jr/Sr High School (7-12 grades). The school district office is located in the former primary school building. The same facility houses the school district’s alternative […]

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Churches

  Churches in Myrtle Point First Christian Church 511 Sixth Street Phone: 541-572-2969 Pastor Doug Shupe Pastor’s Phone: 290-8662 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Worship Team Practice: Thursdays, 7:30 p.m. Prayer Time: Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. Men’s Bible Study: Thursdays 6:30 a.m., Railroad Ave. Station Restaurant Ladies Aide Quilting Group: Wednesdays, 10 a.m. Youth Group […]

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Demographics

From young families to retirees, all ages have found Myrtle Point and its surrounding communities to be the perfect place to live. With the moderate climate, reasonable housing prices/taxes and the beautiful countryside to enjoy, this small community offers a safe, quiet environment for by all ages. As of the U.S. Census of 2000, there […]

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