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November Member Spotlight

Petunia's Place

Business Owner: Carolyn Ackerman

310 NW Coast Street, Newport
(541) 574-2963

Years in business: Two Years

History of business/organization:
Petunia’s Place is a gift and collectable store where a percentage of proceeds benefit homeless and abused animals. Petunia was a very special rabbit and friend to Carolyn, who founded the store in her memory. Now a portion of all sales go to the Animal Rescue Rabbit Advocates of Portland.

Products/services offered: Gifts, art, Laurel Burch, Franz Porcelain, Woodstock Windchimes, handbags, and jewelry

Treasures of the Sea

November 1-December 31

Your next adventure om the Oregon coast could be one of a kind, just like the original commemorative glass floats given away by Newport merchants this winter. No stormy beachcombing or wave dodging is required to find one of these luminous artisan collectibles, hand blown by Oregon Coast Glassworks in Newport.

The rules for the treasure hunt are simple. Between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2019, visit one of the businesses listed on the treasure map below. Fill out an entry form and return it to the float display at the business; enter at any – or all – of the 18 merchants. Weekly drawings will be held throughout the winter, with the remainder of the floats given away Dec. 31, when each business will select winning names from its entry pool.

Treasure Map

Cornerstone Members

Cornerstone Member: Chinook

Cornerstone Member: Samaritan Pacific

Samaritan Health

Cornerstone Member: Walmart


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