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November 2016
24th and 25th   RTI will be closed for Thanksgiving

 

 

 

 
 
December 2016
3rd   Community Holiday Dinner @ Manzanita Light House
3rd   Christmas Bazaar and Clam Chowder and Pie Luncheon
Nehalem Bay Church, 10-4 p.m.
3rd   Manzanita Farmers Winter Market@White Clover Grange, 10-4 p.m. and Hot Luncheon from 1-2 p.m.
19th-2nd of Jan   School is out for winter break

25th-26th   Merry Christmas-We will be closed for Christmas
 
January 2016
1st   RTI is closed for New Years Day.
1st 
Polar Plunge starts at 11 a.m. at Neahkahnie Beach
2nd   RTI offices are closed for the New Years celebration

 

 

 

 



2017 Directory Photo Contest

2016-2017 Photo Contest

Enter our Directory Photo Contest for our Oregon customers for a chance to win a $50 gift card and your photo on the cover of our next phone book edition. We will be accepting photo entries until February and would like a variety of photos that represent the communities of Manzanita, Nehalem and Wheeler.

Entry Instructions

Please email angela2766@gmail.com to submit your entry. Send high-quality 300 dpi photos in a jpeg format and make sure they are attached to your email. Put your phone number, address and name in the body of the email so we know who has contributed. This year, we may display the photos on our website or on Facebook for people to vote for their favorites. Stay tuned, and in the meantime, send your photos to us. Good luck everyone!




NEHALEM, OREGON

The city was named for the Nehalem Indians and was incorporated in 1899. The City of Nehalem has a variety of unique stores and services in the downtown area and boarders the Nehalem River and Bay.

City of Nehalem
35900 8th Street – PO Box 143
Nehalem, Or 97131
(503) 368-5627
(503) 368-4175 – Fax
(503) 368-5155 – Public Works
nehalemch@nehalemtel.net


WHEELER, OREGON

Wheeler was named for C.W. Wheeler, founder of the Wheeler Lumber Company in 1910. The railroad made Wheeler more commercially accessible and as the town prospered, many people were attracted to the area. Among them was Dr. Harvey Rinehart who arrived in the 1920’s to found the nationally known Rinehart Arthritis Clinic.

Through the 1940’s, 50’s and 60’s, Wheeler was a hub of commerce and boasted many thriving businesses and services. Wheeler experienced a decline through the 1970’s and 80’s, but now is coming back full force.

Visitors and residents of Wheeler now enjoy a waterfront park, boat launch, and transient boat dock, restaurants, motels, antique stores, etc. An excursion train runs through Wheeler during the summer months.

Wheeler’s setting in the Nehalem River Valley features unsurpassed mountain, ocean, and bay views.

City of Wheeler
775 Nehalem Blvd – PO Box 177
Wheeler, Or 97147
(503) 368-5767
(503) 368-4273 – Fax
(503) 368-4283 – Public Works
cityofwheeler@nehalemtel.net


MANZANITA, OREGON

Nestled between Neah-Kah-Nie Mountain and Nehalem Bay State Park, Manzanita is the largest of the three incorporated cities in the Nehalem Bay area. During the summer months the population swells as people come in to enjoy the beach.

Incorporated in 1946, Manzanita is the most northerly city in Tillamook County. The City and its surrounding urban growth boundary contain about 800 acres of residentially zoned property. Commercial businesses line the main street, Laneda Ave.

City of Manzanita
543 Laneda Ave
Manzanita, Or 997130
(503) 368-5343
(503) 368-4145 – Fax
(503) 368-5347 – Public Works
manzbch@nehalemtel.net

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