Oakhurst neighbors, this month's issue of The Oak Leaflet is now available online! You'll find photos from the ONA Easter Egg Hunt, reports from the Beautification Committee and COPs, updates on Riverside Park, Chanin's President's Message, info on the upcoming ONA Annual Garage Sale, our latest honorees for the ONA Walk of Honor, and more.Newsletter Archive to view or download past issues.
April 29, 2021
April 18, 2021
ONA Election Results!
A note from ONA President Chanin Scanlon:
A big thank you to all the folks who attended last Tuesday's ONA event/meeting in the park. We had fantastic attendance and it was really good to see everyone. A shout out to Celestina as well for setting up the food trucks.
Thank you to all of the folks who have agreed to continue serving on the ONA board and those with either renewed or new interest in ONA. It's very exciting to see. It's also great to see FOOP taking excellent care of our park. Well done guys!
The 2021-2022 ONA board is:
- President - Chanin Scanlon
- Vice President - Brent Bowden
- Treasurer - Cindy Pruett
- Secretary - Kathryn Omarkhail
- Events Chair - Glenda Hartsell-Shelton
- Budget Chair - Francis Cain
- Beautification Chair - Fran Burns
- Newsletter Editor - Ted Bauer
- Zoning Chair - Jan Buck
- Street Rep Chair - B.C. Cornish
- Audit Chair - David Collyer
Three of the raffle tickets did not have names on them. If you are holding ticket numbers 509298, 509330, or 509192, drop me a note at email@example.com or text me at 817-757-9977 to claim your raffle item. You will need your ticket to verify your win. All other winners will be notified.
April 9, 2021
Save the Date: Oakhurst Mayoral Candidate Forum
In addition to hosting the District 9 candidates on April 15th, ONA will also be hosting a mayoral candidate forum on April 19th at 6:00 pm at the Calvary Christian Academy cafeteria. Come hear what the mayoral candidates are proposing for your future and ask them your burning questions.
Please remember to give everyone their space and wear your mask.
April 6, 2021
Meet the (District 9) Candidates!
A message from ONA President Chanin Scanlon:
Please join us for a District 9 candidate forum hosted by ONA on April 15th at 6:00 pm at Calvary Christian Academy cafeteria, 1401 Oakhurst Scenic Dr, Fort Worth. The candidates will have a window of time to tell us about themselves and their goals for our district. We will follow with a question and answer session and then wrap up the evening.
Please be respectful of spacing and wear your mask.
See you all there.
April 4, 2021
ONA Election Ballot and Instructions
A message from ONA President Chanin Scanlon:
Oakhurstians: Attached please find the ballot for the April 13th ONA election held in Oakhurst Park.
Please make sure your dues are paid either prior to or at the drive-by voting between 3-7 pm or you will not be able to cast your vote. Hopefully this is the beginning of future ONA face-to-face meetings. Also, a reminder that we have some fantastic items that we are raffling. The winning tickets will be drawn at the conclusion of the meeting. You do not have to be present to win but you will need to keep your ticket stub to validate your win.
Of note, we have two outstanding candidates who are running for the position of Newsletter Editor, Jennifer Eggleston and Ted Bauer, I am copying their qualifications below for your review. Please vote for only one candidate. As always, write-in candidates are welcome. You can drop your ballot off in the park on April 13th and grab some dinner from one of our beloved food trucks. Thank you to all who were interested in running this year as well as those who agreed to stay on another year. It is truly appreciated.
Please see Jennifer's and Ted's qualifications below:
Jennifer Eggleston: Previously, I was the webmaster for ONA, and I’ve worked in communications, marketing, and community outreach for more than 20 years. From Pier 1, TCU, and my current position as director of Family Communications for Fort Worth ISD, I believe my skill set for editor of the ONA Newsletter is unique and perfectly matched.
Ted Bauer: I moved to Fort Worth in 2014. I'm originally from NYC. Been in Oakhurst with my wife, Katie, since September of 2020. I've been a freelance writer since 2015, and I frequently write newsletters for different brands and individuals, including my own (Context of Things). Familiar with all software required and want to turn The Leaflet into a must-read for our awesome community. Previously worked at ESPN, PBS, McKesson, and more.