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The celebration started with a readers theater play , then with many speakers. Mayor Garry Bullard quoted Steven Ambrose, in speaking about the people who helped build the Pine Grove. "It was the greatest generation in the history of the United…

Pictured: Back left, Ray Rich, director; J.H. Farrell, vice President; Otto Soderstrom, director; Hervert Hutton, Mayor of Manzanita, and Walter Dry, President. Front: Mrs. Farrell, librarian: Mars Mark Pierson, secretary; and Mrs. Soderstrom,…

This news letter had an article about Ben Lanes' wife Johanna Gjeisbeek Lane,who had a Gutenberg Bible, it is said. The history also mentioned the Lane's donation of the property that the Pine Grove Community House stands.
Another first for Pine…

The meeting of the community club on 11/20/1984 decided to finish off the 1000 sq. ft. basement. $4,000.00 was raised for supplies and a small army of volunteers took on the task. The "moles" accomplished this feat by 1/21/1986. It is worth…

Pine Grove had checked with an attorney to see if they could hold public dances, and this is the response, they would need a license to operate a public dance.

This letter was in answer to a letter written by Pine Grove Progressive Club to the state to establish a Game Reserve which would take in the boarding country of Short Sand Beach State Park. He suggested Pine Grove petition the Game Commission to…

The letter requesting support for a party they held in the American Legion, for the returning serice boys and girls . Welcome home party.

Manzanita Community Club received this thank you from the Nehalem Improvement Club

The regular business meeting of the Pine Grove Community Club on November 20th 1984 to have the unfinished basement level should be add 1000 square ft. of space. This was the first major building project since Aug. 6, 1933.(in fact…

List of Officers, Pres. Walter Dry, Vice Pres. Ruth Harris, Treasurer: Mrs. Evenson, Sec. Mrs. Peck Trustees: Ben Lane, Otto Soderstrom, Ray Rick.
In 1959 the Pine Grove dues were raised from $.50 to $1.00. There were some rental agreements…
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