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Spring Break next week! Schools closed March 27-March 31

Mr. Bulldog Car Wash Sunday March 26th from 10 -2 at NB Umpqua Bank.  This will be by donation so bring in your cars to get shined up for a good cause!

Mr. Bulldog Can & Bottle Drive Sunday April 2nd from 10 -2 at Harbor Lights. Bring in your cans and bottles to support the Children’s Miracle Network and the Mr. Bulldog program!

Mr. Bulldog Banquet & Auction Saturday April 8th starting at 6:00 at Coos History Museum.  Tickets are $25.  If you are interested in a ticket or donating an item for the auction you can call Kathy Rose (541-404-5780) or Ashley O’Neil 541-297-6973)

The Egyptian will be showing James Cameron’s The Abyss on Tuesday, March 28th, at 7pm for FREE. Along with the movie, University of Oregon deep-sea biologist Dr. Craig Young and his graduate student, Caitlin Plowman, will provide a short presentation about what it’s really like working in submersibles in the abyss, and introduce some of the truly strange creatures who live there.

The 2017 Senior Parents of North Bend High School are conducting their annual Flower Basket Sale to raise funds for the Senior Class All Night Graduation Party. Order forms are in the Main Office or Athletic Office. Completed order forms may be dropped off in the Main Office or mail to address on the form. All orders MUST be received by April 26th. $20 for one or $17.50 for two or more. They will be available for pickup Wednesday, May 3rd from 3:30-7:00 in the Gym Lobby. Contact Kari Frings 541-294-4204 or Kathy Rose 541-404-5780 with questions.

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