Honoring A Beloved Community Member

Recently DeArmond Bockes passed away.  The family asked that, instead of flowers or other acts of condolence, donations be made to LINCS (Bridge Street Coffee House) or the Sheridan History Museum.  DeArmond and his wife Phyllis were regulars here at BSCH.  DeArmond will be forever remembered for having a toothpick in his mouth or tucked…

There is Something About This Place That Cannot Be Explained…

On Saturday, we met Brian and Alicia.  They were visiting from out of town.  They spent a lot of time chatting with the teens who were volunteering in the shop on that day.  Eventually, Brian asked me about the photo art that hangs on one of the walls in our coffee shop.  He expressed his…

What’s More Important Than Making Coffee?

What’s more important than making coffee? Building relationships with the teens who make the coffee.  I would like to introduce you to two young people who have volunteered at Bridge Street Coffee House for the past nine months. Tayler Cavan came into the shop on a Friday night after a high school football game.  Her…

Not Just A Business…

As a graduate from Linfield College with a Business Management Degree, my education taught me that a successful business is a profitable business.  In this small rural town known as Sheridan, Oregon businesses face many obstacles that hinder success.  As the anniversary of our business draws closer, I was feeling pressure to reach the level…

Company Values…

  The top three values here at Bridge Street Coffee House are 1) Customer Service, 2) Exceptional Quality, and 3) Prompt Service.  We are a uniquely operated coffee shop in a store front building on Bridge Street in a town of approximately 3,500 residents. We are a small-town coffee shop. Bridge Street Coffee House is…