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Dear Clients, Community Members, and Friends of Oregon Pacific Bank:   Today—Thursday, April 8, 2021—we learned that an employee at our Eugene Branch, located at 59 E 11th Ave, has tested positive for COVID-19. Our hearts go out to our team member for a speedy recovery. The employee first presented symptoms on Saturday, April 3rd. The last day the individual …

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FLORENCE, OR—Oregon Pacific Bank announced that it has identified a workplace outbreak at Oregon Pacific Bank’s Florence Branch, located at 1355 US HWY 101. It has not been determined if these cases are linked to transmission between employees at the place of business, or if they are separate cases stemming from community spread.   Currently, 4 employees have tested positive …

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COVID-19 Public Notice January 6, 2021  Dear Clients, Community Members, and Friends of Oregon Pacific Bank,    Today—Wednesday, January 6, 2021—we learned that an employee at our Florence Branch location has tested positive for COVID-19. Our hearts are with our team member and their family as they get the care they need and work towards recovery.    The employee received their positive test result on 01/06/2021 and was last at …

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To our clients, community members, and friends,  Oregon Pacific Bank has thoroughly reviewed Gov. Kate Brown’s statewide Two-week Freeze. These new measures are meant to limit group activities and stop the rapid spread of COVID-19 across the state, and we are committed to do our part to help.  In order to further limit the spread of the coronavirus in our communities, Oregon …

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The South Coast Development Council, Inc. helps support established businesses as well as with new and developing businesses. Support comes in many forms that often include assistance finding appropriate building sites, negotiating lease/purchases, evaluating resources, leveraging grants, and helping our community tell its story.  Read more about our partnership with SCDC here: Oregon Pacific Bank Partnership

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Oregon Pacific Bank Chooses Battered Persons’ Advocacy for Community Impact Award Oregon Pacific Bank is celebrating its second annual Community Impact Award by granting $5,000 to the Battered Persons’ Advocacy (BPA) in Roseburg, Oregon. The Bank received twenty-four applications from charitable organizations throughout the State of Oregon this year and felt that BPA demonstrated not only the greatest need, but …

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