Stay Home, Stay Healthy Support

Dear Cove Neighbors,

In the spirit of care for our community, many folks are offering support to those impacted by illness, social distancing, loss of work, etc. due to the coronavirus and “stay at home” order.

Maybe you need groceries, medicine, animal feed or supplies dropped off at your home.

Maybe you need help with chores.

Maybe you need financial help due to lost wages.

Maybe you just need someone to talk to if you’re feeling lonely.

Maybe you know someone who needs assistance.

Get in touch and your neighbors in the Cove community will do our best to help.

Here’s how to get in touch. Neighbors will call you as soon as possible.

  1. By mail or phone: Call Nella Mae Parks at (541) 910-4098 or mail this form to the 69361 Antles Lane, Cove, OR 97824.
  2. Online: To get help or offer support, follow this link or fill out the form below.
  3. On Facebook: Offer/ask for help at the (repurposed) Cove Carpool group page.

Resources offered in Cove

Updated 4/2/2020

Cove Ascension School food pantry: If you need non-perishable staples, stop by the Morris Hall porch on Church Street. There are bags of food in the pantry for anyone to take and a hand sanitizing station. There is also a “Free Little Library” for books.

Free Meals from Cove School District: Starting Monday, March 30th, Cove School will provide free breakfast and lunch to youth, seniors, and any other adults in the Cove community during the COVID -19 pandemic. The service will run Mon-Fri with delivery or pickup options available. If you have internet access, sign up for child or adult meals at www.cove.k12.or.us or call (541) 568-4424. Sign up is appreciated, but not required.

Cove Methodist Church Food Pantry: Open every Tuesday from 10am-11am and the 4th Saturday of the month from 9am-11am. Located at 1708 Jasper St. Contact Diane Warnock at (541) 910-1810 for questions.

Nella Mae’s Farmstand on Antles Lane will open Friday, March 27th with early greens, eggs & a few baked goods for sale. There is also a free food box for non-perishable food for anyone to share and take what they need. The stand is self-serve, always open. There will be a hand sanitizing station to use. Contact Nella Mae Parks for questions at (541) 910-4098 or nellamaesfarm@gmail.com.

Cove Calvary Baptist Church- Contact Sunny Rush for assistance. (541) 786-7032, covecalvary@gmail.com.

Dollars Corner is working on curbside grocery pick up. (541) 568-4451.

Union Market will box up grocery orders for pick up. Call (541) 562-5424.

We will continue updating this post with more resources as they become available.

Sincerely,

Your neighbors in Cove

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Spring Strengthening for Senior

Spring back into shape this March and April with Strong Seniors Dance Cardio & Stretching and Seniors Fitness classes.

Print out the flyers below to share with friends or to hang on the fridge as a reminder.

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Repair Cafe set for March 10th

Join the Cove community on March 10th for a community gathering to repair household goods and clothing. Click the flyer below to print and share with friends.

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Move the Winter Blues Away

Stay strong this winter and boogie away the winter blues with the Strong Seniors classes.

Click below for printable flyers to share with friends.

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Get moving in 2020

Strong Seniors Fitness and Dance Cardio & Stretching are moving up in 2020 to the Coe-Kerr Community Center, the newest building on Ascension School grounds.

Print out the flyers below to share with friends or to hang on the fridge as a reminder.

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