The Oakmont News / June 15, 2014
OVA Trips and Special Events See page 26 for sign-up procedures.
Show Boat at San Francisco Opera nPenny Gotzmer, OVA Administration
TRIP: Show Boat at San Francisco Opera
D E T S I TIME: Bus leaves at 10 a.m.;Lreturns approx. 7 p.m. T I A COST: $138 W DATE: Sunday, June 22
ESCORT: Penny Gotzmer
SIGN UP: Now in the OVA Office
FREE JOINT PAIN SEMINAR Local orthopaedic surgeon
Briant Smith, MD will be discussing • MAKOplasty® Partial Knee Resurfacing Performed with Proven Robotic Arm Technology • Surgical and Non-Surgical Joint Pain Treatment Options • Computer-Assisted Surgery • Minimally Invasive Hip Surgery - Direct Anterior Approach • The GetAroundKnee Date: Wednesday, June 18, 2014 Time: 5:30 pm (dinner will be served) Location: Oakmont Golf Club 7025 Oakmont Drive, Santa Rosa, CA 95409
Space is limited! So, register today! To register call 1-888-STRYKER (787-9537) or go to: www.aboutstryker.com/seminars Sponsored by: Stryker Orthopaedics
Tidbits from the LIC
nEleanor Brodnansky, Landscape Improvement Committee Chair
The Landscape Improvement Committee would like to remind residents of a few things. Our committee oversees the common areas owned by the OVA, which include those that surround the three recreation centers and the Berger, also the medians coming into Oakmont, the main entrance and the Pythian entrance. We have no jurisdiction over private residences. That is the purview of the Architectural Committee. If you have a complaint, they have forms you can fill out and submit to them. We do, however, offer tips through articles in the Oakmont News on landscaping issues and we like to recognize exceptionally nice landscaping in private yards. Another issue that has come up is vehicles that drive on our new, beautiful plaza. Please stop. No golf carts or any other vehicles are allowed on those walkways. The only allowable vehicles are electric handicap scooters. Please be respectful of all the hard work that went into making the plaza beautiful for everyone. We’d also appreciate it if your dogs were kept out of the new plantings. This was an expensive project and we’d like it to thrive for all to enjoy.
Oakmont News - June 15th Edition