A fantastic farewell dinner was held at Mamma Mia in Rita Wilson's honor on Tuesday night. Thank you to everyone that turned out to send Rita off in style. Look for more details in your next Oak Leaflet.
We've retooled the Join ONA page of this website to give Oakhurst residents more flexibility on how they contribute their annual dues. You now have three online options:
Annual dues of $20.00 are used to support ONA events and maintenance activities. Look for the "Pay Now" button on the Join ONA page, as pictured below.
You are now able to pay your ONA dues automatically with an annual subscription! Click the "Subscribe" button on the Join ONA page to set up billing via your preferred payment method, as pictured below.
We've added a shopping cart function to enable residents to donate to specific ONA initiatives. In the Additional Contributions section on the Join ONA page, make a selection with the pulldown menu and then click "Add to Cart", as pictured below.
Note: To make multiple contributions, click "Continue Shopping" on the PayPal website (before you check out) to return to the Join ONA page and add additional items to your cart!
Of course, you may still choose to print a membership form, fill it out, and mail it with your dues to ONA Treasurer, P.O. Box 7430, Fort Worth, TX 76111.
ONA has new officers! Check out this month's issue of TheOak Leafletonline for more details. Jan Buck reports on upcoming changes to Sylvania Ave and authors her first President's Column, Phyllis Anglin provides details on an upcoming dinner in honor of Rita Wilson, Libby Willis shares a story about the poet William D. Barney and his ties to Oakhurst, Fran awards May's Yard of the Month, and much more!
Thanks to Oakhurst neighbors Charles and Karen Cerulla, I'm happy to report that we've added another 25 past issues (2003-'05) of the Oak Leaflet to our Newsletter Archive page. We are now close to having the past 15 years of the newsletter available to you online. Click on the link above to view, download, or print them today!
While I'm thinking about archives...we are always looking for media from past neighborhood events, as well as stories that bring to life the rich history of Oakhurst. If you have photos, videos, clippings, or other media to share, pleaselet us know.