The Oakmont Plant Care Co-Op continues to update its list and welcome new members–from all areas of Oakmont. The Co-Op is a free service–members simply help each other. If a member has to be away from home and needs plant care (usually watering) then a nearby member is contacted. Members arrange a meeting with each other to work out the plant care details. It’s that simple. No hours or point systems as in some other co-ops. It’s really just neighbors helping neighbors then reciprocating if they are available when they get a call. (Note–plant care is not intended for watering big landscape areas.) Co-op coordinators, Bob and Shirley Phillips, create the membership list and a rough map that shows member’s location. The list is only used among Co-Op members.

To join, please send an email with your contact information (name, preferred email, address, and phone number) to: plantcare100@yahoo.com Please use: ” Want to Join” in subject line. If you are a member from past years, please let the Co-Op know that you want to be added to this update. Consider joining–your geraniums will thank you!

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Performances from Hula Mai, Redwood Country Cloggers, and Oakmont Dancing Divas. Free community event. Will follow COVID protocols in place. Funding provided by the Oakmont Community Foundation.

5-17-2022 Executive Agenda

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5-17-2022 Board Agenda & Packet

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Lawn Bowling Demo on May 23

OAKMONT LAWN BOWLING CLUBDEMO DAY If you’ve thought about trying your hand at Lawn Bowing, come join us on the Green next to the Central