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YMWO is still seeking performers for the Heart of Oakley Festival coming up on Saturday, September 22nd from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Join us in celebrating the diversity of the Oakley community by hosting a cultural booth at the Heart of Oakley Festival!

In order to showcase the beauty of the cultures that form a part of Oakley, YMWO will be hosting cultural booths to provide attendees with the opportunity to “travel around the world.”

Stipends are provided to offset the cost of the materials or giveaways for the booth.

For more information regarding this opportunity, email Gaby@youmeweoakley.org or call 925‐625‐7011. All inquiries are welcome.
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Need some wood chips/mulch for your landscaping? The City of Oakley and Diablo Water District have teamed with West Coast Arborists, Inc. to offer free wood chips to spread as mulch around trees and shrubs.

Wood chips are available for pick‐up this Saturday, August 18, 2018 ‐ 8 a.m. – 11 a.m., at the City Yard at the corner of Neroly Road and Main Street (entrance on Neroly).

Residents need to bring their own tools/shovels and bags/containers to load and carry the mulch, and a tarp to cover if necessary.
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We love having young student leaders attend our council meetings to lead the Pledge of Allegiance. Last night, Josiah Morris did the honor.

Josiah is a 5th grader at Laurel Elementary in Ms. Mercado’s class. He lives with his dad, mom & sister. His favorite hobbies are baseball, basketball, & working out. Out of all of his hobbies baseball is his favorite, because he has the opportunity to travel to different states to play baseball. He’s involved in Leadership Club at his school, which he has enjoyed because he’s able to participate with other student leaders and teachers to help the campus be a better place to learn and have fun. He has attended Golden Hills Community Church since he was a baby and believes in Jesus.
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The filing period to become a candidate for the Oakley City Council has closed for the November 2018 election.

The County Elections Department has verified that Mike Dupray and Dezi Pina have 20 valid nomination signatures. The join Sue Higgins and Randy Pope as qualified candidates for the November 6th General Election.
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