Oakmont E-Blast 6-19-2020

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Important Information

President’s Message

In our most recent board meeting on June 16, we unanimously passed a resolution creating a path toward a more civil Oakmont. The resolution called for Oakmont to adopt the Civility Pledge adopted by the Community Association Institute (click here to see it) as our own, and to solicit Civility Ambassadors who would encourage people to sign the pledge. With this President’s Message, which will appear in both the Friday eblast sent June 19 and the Oakmont News to be delivered July 1, I am honored to begin that effort.

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New Fire Safety and Control Policy Rules and Regulations

Oakmont Members have until July 21 to review and comment on the revised OVA Fire Safety and Control Policy Rules and Regulations in concert with the new Vegetation Management Plan for OVA.

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The Oakmont Village Association (OVA) Board of Directors approved the OVA Vegetation Management Plan (VMP) prepared by the General Manager on April 21, 2020. The following Fire Safety and Control Policy Rules, Regulations and Best Practices are utilized in conjunction with the VMP, the duty to maintain enforcement policy and the Association’s protective restrictions (CC&Rs.)

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Swim Reservation Bug Fixes and Updates

Reduced Lead Time For Reservations:
The lead time for reservations has been lowered from 72 to 24 hours.

Reduced Email Notifications:
Meeting invites will no longer be sent after the confirmation email.
Reminder emails will no longer be sent a day prior to your reservation.
Confirmation emails will still be sent after making an appointment.

Please visit this page to book your reservations:
https://oakmontvillage.com/book


Walking on the Courses – Dogs Welcome

Walking dogs on the golf courses is allowed – again-  on the Valley of the Moon and Sugarloaf during the regular walking hours, 6 to 7 a.m. and 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. Please observe all rules and keep dogs on leashes of no more than 6 feet and pick up after your dogs. If the dog privilege is abused, AGP will have to revoke the permission to walk dogs.


A Reminder To Walk The Bike

The path leading from Oakmont to Wild Oak and access to Trione-Annadel Park is for pedestrian use only. A Wild Oak resident with impaired hearing and mobility recently reported a a dangerous hit-and-run encounter with a cyclist  on this footpath.  The Superior Court issued a ruling two years ago requiring cyclists to dismount and walk their bikes. Please be mindful of the regulation.


How To Enroll For the AARP Smart Drive Online Course

Using any internet browser, go to https://www.aarpdriversafety.org.

Scroll down and click on Sign Up. Make sure the State says California.

Answer No or Yes to the question that asks if you have taken a course within the last three years as that determines whether you are eligible for the four-hour renewal course.

Make sure the box is checked if you are an AARP member. You will need your member number.

Complete the payment information section. To obtain a 25% discount, enter DRIVINGSKILLS as he promotion code. This discount is available through Dec. 31, 2020. Payment is by credit card.

Accept the terms and conditions and click on Purchase Course. Follow the remaining instructions.

You will have 60 days to complete the course and obtain your certificate.

Each person in a household who wants to take the online course requires a separate enrollment and payment.

AARP Driver Safety Customer Service: 800-350-7025 customerservice@aarpdriversafety.org


Oakmont Wells Fargo has Reopened

Friday9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed
Monday9 a.m. – 5 p.m
Tuesday9 a.m. – 5 p.m
Wednesday9 a.m. – 5 p.m
Thursday9 a.m. – 5 p.m

Drive-through available – 707-539-6453- 6585 Oakmont Dr, Santa Rosa, CA 95409


AARP Free Income Tax Service In Oakmont Has Been Closed

AARP volunteers will not be able to complete any additional returns for the 2019 tax year. All  pending appointments are cancelled. You must either complete your return yourself or use a paid preparation service such as H&R Block or Liberty Tax.

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Inside Oakmont

Valley of the Moon – Ice Cream Social

Save the date for the Valley of the Moon Club – Ice Cream Social scheduled for the weekend of July 3-5th.

More Information Coming Soon


June 21 – No lecture – Father’s Day
June 28 – pre-recorded lecture Sunday morning with live Q&A at 11 a.m.Lectures are pre-recorded and available now on the website .(www.oakmontsundaysymposium.org).


If you haven’t been attending OHI’s Free Fitness Class with JoRene, check out the video below to see what you’ve been missing:

OVA is excited to announce that OHI’s Free Fitness Class has returned with JoRene via Zoom. You may join in the fun at 9 a.m. on Monday and Wednesday next week with this information:
https://zoom.us/j/96799422442
Meeting ID: 967 9942 2442
Monday – please have a chair to use
Wednesday – workout with weights


June 22 – 10 AM – Global Leadership in Climate Change

The Oakmont Great Decisions Discussion Groups are continuing to meet every Monday at 10 a.m.  The broad topic for Monday, June 22, will be global leadership with a focus on the area of climate change.

To receive an invitation, send an email to oakmontgd@gmail.com.


Forrest Yoga with Carol King, RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) 
Chair Stretch & Balance class on Zoom. 
Alternate Wednesdays at 10:30 am.  Replaced hips or knees? 

Strengthen the areas around surgical replacements.  Class movements reduce joint strain while building muscle to support the area.  Work safely at the pace your body needs.  New Students – Please email Carol at carolking1234@yahoo.com prior to the day you want to join the class. Rate – $60 for 6 classes, no expiration date 

Equipment: yoga strap, yoga block, free weights 
Forrest Yoga Classes on Zoom.  
Celebrate the light and energy of Solstice  

When:
Tuesdays 12:30 – 1:30 pm
Thursdays 10:00 – 11:00 am 
Saturdays 9:00 am – 10:00 am 

As the Planets and Light shift with the change of season, explore your balance – in your yoga practice and in your life.  What do you need more of?  What are you ready to let go of? Use Forrest Yoga to unclog stuck energy and foster healing.  Use your breath and feel more grounded.   

Forrest Yoga does not require strength or flexibility; it only requires that you bring a willingness to learn how to feel authentically and respond honestly. All levels welcome.  People with injuries or conditions are encouraged to attend.   

Equipment: yoga mat, yoga strap, yoga block, yoga blanket (or beach towel) for padding floor poses.  New Students – Please email Carol at carolking1234@yahoo.com prior to the day you want to join the class. Rate – $60 for 6 classes, no expiration date 

Payment – please mail to 9327 Oak Trail Circle or use venmo.com, @carol-king-95 


Genealogy Club

June 26 – 11 AM,  Alice Paul

The Oakmont Genealogy Club is continuing a weekly lecture series on famous women of the 19th Century with a particular focus on suffragettes.  The lectures are each Friday at 11 a.m.  They are recorded and posted on the website – www.oakmontgenclub.org – under “Recent Presentations.”

The lecture for June 26 will focus on Alice Paul, who was a critical member of the final coalition when the suffrage amendment passed, among other things organizing the Women’s March and writing the Equal Rights Amendment.  She lived until 1977 and is also credited with getting the word “sex” added to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that was the basis for the recent Supreme Court ruling on LGBTQ rights.

To receive an invitation, send an email to oakmontancestry@aol.com.