South Coast Gospel Mission did its part to ensure that everyone in the area had a chance at a merry Christmas. The mission opened its doors for a free community Christmas dinner aimed primarily at providing a little joy for the homeless in the community. As guests came in, they were asked to put on a mask and use hand sanitizer and were then sent to pick a Christmas gift. The presents included shoes, boots, jackets, socks and much more. After receiving a gift, they walked through the line to get a hearty meal.
- Bandon Dunes receives more national recognition
- 14 from Bandon were at U.S. Capitol on day of riot
- Bandon Crossings team shines in tourney
- Reolon's basketball adventure will continue at Linn-Benton Community College
- Bandon begins search for superintendent
- North Bend School District delays student return to campus
- 'Pre's People' documentary will be available Jan. 25
- Nature Guide Journal: Winogradsky column
- Additional food assistance benefits available through January
- The World's E-edition for 1-22-21
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