The Cal Alumni Club of Oakmont will be hosting their June dinner on Thursday, June 16, at the Wild Oak Saddle Club.

Our speaker will be Glen Ellen resident Angela Morgan. Her presentation will focus on ocean conservation as well as the Glen Ellen Historical Society’s plan to creat a museum and visitor center on the SDC campus. Angela has an extensive background in science and works full time as Director of Development for the Marine Conservation Institute. Additionally, she is Board President of the Glen Ellen Historical Society. She was recently appointed by Susan Gorin as Councilmember of the newly formed North Sonoma Valley Municipal Advisory Council. Her background includes being a faculty member at both College of Marin and Sonoma State University, working for Greenpeace, Russian Riverkeeper, and the Audubon Canyon Ranch, among other endeavors. Angela was also the first woman in Sonoma County to receive a Switzer Leadership Grant to establish the first watershed station in Sonoma Valley.

The cost of the dinner is $50.00 for members of the Cal Alumni Club and $60.00 for non members. Even if you are not a graduate of Cal, you can join the club for $20.00 per year per household as a “Friend of Cal”. Donations to our scholarship program, which benefits SRJC students who transfer to Cal, and which also support the Cal Alumni Association scholarship programs, are also welcome.

Cocktails will begin at 5:00 and are included in the price. The dinner will be Breaded Pork Chops, Whipped Sweet Potatoes, roasted vegetables, and garden salad. Dessert will be Three-Berry Crisp with whipped cream. There will also be wine on the tables. Reservations and payment must be received by Friday, June 10.
Call Linda Williams at 707.322.6272 for reservations and payment information.


AARP Driver Safety Course

A newly designed AARP Smart Driver course is returning to the Oakmont Central Activities Center starting in August. Note: The June 23 class was cancelled. 

Movie: The Best of Me

A pair of former high school sweethearts reunite after many years when they return to visit their small hometown.