Oakmont Technology Learning Center (OTLC) Update

While the Oakmont Fitness Center and Library are now open in a limited way, the OTLC classroom is not cleared to open. OTLC is working towards starting classes in the fall, but before then safety and health guidelines need to be met and ensure that instructors are comfortable with teaching. Between now and the fall there is a lot of work to do planning and implementing configuration changes to the classroom to meet social distancing requirements as well as installing computer and audio-visual upgrades. Meantime, read tech articles in Oakmont News or visit the web site at www.oakmont-learning.org.


Save these Doggy Dates

Seniors for Seniors – Saturday July 24th – 9AM to Noon on the Berger lawn.
Older dogs make wonderful pets for seniors!

Oakmont Community Foundation (OCF): We Fund You!

Submitted by Bob Chapman, OCF President  Oakmont Community Foundation (OCF): We Fund You!  Although the Delta variant is giving us a challenge, Oakmonters are cautiously returning to normal.  Clubs,

Neighbors: Same, Similar, Different, Unique

Marisol Muñoz-Kiehne PhD Current events seemingly everywhere show situation after situation in which ignorance, prejudice, violence, and misuse of power enacted by people painfully hurt

Responding to Racism

Marisol Muñoz-Kiehne PhD Globally and locally, people of color are often impacted by prejudice, discrimination, inequality and injustice due to the color of their skin.

Welcome to Standing for Justice!

Marisol Muñoz-Kiehne PhD “Fight for the things that you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you.” Justice