NEW: OTLC technology articles in Oakmont News

Oakmont Technology Learning Center

OTLC is not teaching in-person classes during the pandemic, but we have started a series of articles in issues of the Oakmont News. The first column ran 1/23/2020 and covers why every Oakmonter should have a smartphone for use in emergencies. If you are reading this on social media or in the e-blast, you probably are aware of how smartphones are critical in emergency situations. However, you may know someone in Oakmont who has resisted technology – please refer them to their Oakmont News “paper” edition and the technology articles that started this week. Other ways to read the tech articles are:


Kiwanis Club activities

The March Kiwanis Magazine arrived in my mail today. I have been reading articles written by 8 Kiwanis members who are educators or health care

OHI Fund Raiser

OHI classes are free to participants, but additional funds to supplement basic expenses are always welcomed. Tax-deductible donations are being accepted through Oakmont Community Foundation

Boost That Metabolism

An article published recently in Circulation, described “short bursts of physical exercise induce changes in the body’s levels of metabolites that correlate to an individual’s

Month o’ Green

During this Saint Patrick’s Day month, Oakmont Health Initiative recognizes the luck of having JoRene lead classes, even if it means on Zoom from her