Fire Fundraising Update


“We are over $85,000. Over 300 residents and friends of Oakmont have contributed. Triple digits are within sight. If you’ve already contributed, once again heartfelt thanks, if you’ve procrastinated there is still time. Please make checks payable to Oakmont Community Foundation, indicate wildfire. A single check will be delivered, with much fanfare to The a Redwood Credit Union, Community Foundation Sonoma County fire victims. To find out exactly where they will be focused, please go on the Redwood Credit Union website.  We are getting close to our goal.”    Pat Amedeo
“Financial contributions to the Wildfire Fund can have the biggest impact by funneling your checks through the Oakmont Community Foundation, which is collecting your donations to create one big check to go to the Redwood Credit Union.  OCF will collect, tally and deliver the total amount to the Redwood Credit Union’s Wildfire Fund. One hundred percent will be dispersed to those in need in Sonoma County. Please make your checks payable to the OCF and indicate on the memo line, RCU Wildfire Fund.  Leave your check in the big box in the office or in the OCF folder in the cart.  THANK YOU AGAIN,  OAKMONT!”      Sue Millar
[Photos by Julie Kiil]

Cal Fire Heavy Duty Equipment near Berger Center

Barry Lloyd (Aviation Management, Cal Fire) with event coordinator Pat Amedeo


Jay & Anne Cobb with Fire Chief Bellach and team of Cal Fire and First Responders

City Council Members Jack Tibbits (left) and Chris Rogers with Gloria Young and Pat Amedeo