Oakmont Observer wrote a new post, Quarry Hill Free Seniors First Tuesday Every Month 6 months ago
Seniors 65 and older, students, and active military are free the first Tuesday of every month.
Cantiamo is the premier a cappella chorus of the northwest. Under the direction of soprano soloist Carol Menke, they delight audiences with a repertoire of both contemporary and renaissance music. Enjoy this FREE […]
We invite you to join us for “Oakmont Night” at Broadway Under the Stars this summer for Transcendence’s production of “Those Dancin’ Feet” on Sunday, August 25th.
You’re invited to a night of friends, wine […]
St. Francis Wine Club Members and their guests are invited to dive into one of their most festive annual culinary traditions as they host the 2019 St. Francis Lobster Feed.
Dawn your bib, roll up your sleeves […]
Observer Note: The following news release was submitted by the Oakmont Alliance.
On Wednesday, July 31, the Oakmont Alliance sponsored an open meeting in East Rec to present and discuss reasons for voting […]
Dear reader and contributor to The Oakmont Observer:
For almost a year and a half, our Online newspaper has provided the community with a vehicle in which to air and to share opinions, praise and grievances as […]
Oakmont Alliance (OA) will hold an informational meeting on Wednesday, July 31, 2-4 pm, at the East Rec.
According to OA’s new release, the purpose of the meeting is to discuss the proposed plan to raise OVA […]
A popular comedian, Ted talk presenter and award winning storyteller, the famous Mary Caroubauses her life story to entertain audiences while raising a few eyebrows. Stories of her Arab/Irish household, her […]
Exciting, exhilarating, and exhausting!” best describes the jazz duo of Holland & Coots. With a delightful mix of jazz, blues, stride, boogie, pop, and ragtime, Holland on the piano and Coots on drums have c […]
The Oakmont Alliance has increased its fundraising goal to $50,000. According to the recent announcement, the group of OVA members has exceeded its original $10,000 goal having received cash and check […]
The following is an open letter sent April 21 to the OVA Board at email@example.com and others
Many Oakmont residents (myself included) would be sorry to see golf eliminated from the […]
You know what we seem to be missing from our OVA board? A devil’s advocate.
Members of the board appear to be following the head lemming right over a cliff. One week they are against the p […]
Oakmont Community Church invites to come worship with them this Easter Sunday.
Easter Service at the Berger – Sunday April 21 at 10:30 AM.
Easter Service at the Gardens – Sunday April 21 at 1:00 PM.
You can find the above-entitled article by the company that is acting as broker for the sale of the Oakmont Golf Club at the following link:
Here is some noteworthy content from the article:
Golf course real […]
On March 22, 2019, a 118 page First Amended Complaint was filed with the Sonoma County Superior Court adding further allegations to the original complaint filed November 30, 2018. See Oakmont Observer story on […]
Very interesting to see details that many of us knew to be the case but did not have full proof when it was happening. I sensed all along that Cassie had an agenda, bias, and collusion within the OVA Board, Oakmont News and 3rd party entities. Some of this can naturally happen when working for an organization like this, but the high level of deceit she exhibited, along with the accusations she made of others, shows a lack of integrity and care for many in the community.
What is also key is the indictment of outliers in all that happened, such as the CC being fully on one side of the issue and looking for ways to have influence.
“Jim Brewer, Communications Committee and Editorial Team member wrote to Turner and OVA Agents and fellow Editorial Team members Marty Thompson and Jackie Ryan, ‘We should find out the procedure for challenging an election…Maybe even before the new one is seated.’ “
And who are running the CC now?
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