The Oakmont Shred-a-Thon is Friday, January 29 at Berger Center Parking Lot, 9-12. The BIG shredding truck and Kiwanis members will be waiting to help you unload paper goods.

December 2020 was a much different time for your Oakmont Kiwanis Club bell ringers who support the Salvation Army in their holiday drive. In 2019 we had small groups in front of both Safeway doors. Montgomery High School Key Club members joined us in singing carols. This December Safeway did not want us at all, but Oliver’s let us ring the bells, one ringer per hour. We did very well though.

The January-February 2021 Kiwanis Magazine has arrived. The cover story is about the great baseball legend, Al Oliver. He is a dedicated Kiwanian. Oliver had signed on with the Pittsburg Pirates at 17 years old. He grew up in Portsmouth, Ohio which was a steel and manufacturing town but by the 1950’s overseas competition led to its decline. Oliver left his mark on baseball. In his career he exceeded 2,700 hits and over 1,000 RBI’s. He was a Seven time All Star. “Life’s a hit-don’t strike out,” became Oliver’s personal saying. After retiring, Oliver joined Kiwanis in December, 1990. Oliver says, “One thing I really loved was that for me in Kiwanis children were priority one.” AND Oakmont Kiwanis Club members agree and volunteer for schools.

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Evening Bocce

Thursday, August 19, an evening event of bocce and food was held at the Bocce Ball Courts. A group of 28 people attended. A special

Work-Out Wearables

Do clothes make the exercise easier? From Summer Olympics to Seniors in Oakmont, that is the question. Though not ready for Vogue, OHI regulars dress for success, fitness success. Join them and join the red carpet of daring designs.

9/11 Memories and Exercise

Today we remember the day that shocked and shook the world with a painful look back. This is also a time to look ahead at how to mitigate lingering negative responses. Living in constant concern, anxiety and fear robs the good from each day. Deep breathing and reading comics may be ways to cope. Talking to a positive person might be another. And still a third: exercise.

Classes in October and November

OTLC is in the process of revamping the technology classroom at the CAC. A new high-resolution projector is being installed. Fourteen old computer desks have