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A slew of photos from this year's Oak Hills 4th of July parade and events can be found at the Photo tab.
Board member David Boyd and his family were honored at the Grand Opening
The Grand Opening of the new Oak Hills Recreation facilities went off as scheduled on Saturday, June 24, 2017. Residents packed the buildings and pool area despite near 100 degree temperatures to tour the new facilities, recognize the community partners who worked hard to finish for the start of the summer season, and honor the community volunteers who helped guide the project to completion.
Watch for photos of the Grand Opening to be posted in Photo Archives soon!
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ABOUT THE OAK HILLS ORACLE The Oak Hills Oracle is a monthly publication serving the Oak Hills neighborhood, located near Beaverton, Oregon, in the area north of the Sunset Highway. The Oak Hills neighborhood was honored in 2013 to be named a nationally recognized Historic District. The neighborhood is bounded by Cornell Road on the south, West Union Road on the north, Bethany Boulevard on the west and NW 143rd on the east. Established in 1973, The Oak Hills Oracle is a privately-owned, independent publication that has been bringing local and neighborhood news and information to the well-established Oak Hills neighborhood for more than 40 years. The Oak Hills Oracle reports on the neighborhood's governing board, the Oak Hills Homeowners' Association (OHHA) and other offical OHHA business, but is independent and not affiliated with the board and does not necessarily represent the views of the board or its members.
The Oak Hills Oracle publishes 12 issues each year and is hand-delivered to all 650+ homes in the Oak Hills neighborhood on or before the 1st of each month.
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Local businesses find most of their customers in nearby neighborhoods. The Oak Hills neighborhood is a well-established, family oriented neighborhood of 650+ homes in Washington County just north of the Sunset Highway. The community of mostly single-family, owner occupied homes is just the target group you are looking for. Advertising in the Oak Hills Oracle is reasonable and cost effective.
The Oak Hills Oracle accepts advertising in a variety of styles and sizes. Classified ads start at only $12.00 for one month for a 4 line ad (approximately 35 words). Display ads from business card size up to a full page ad are available. Inserting your own advertising flier or other material starts at $70 for a single flat sheet. Special rates are offered for inserts from non-profit service groups. Some design services available; design fees could apply.
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INSIDE EVERY ISSUE
Report on Oak Hills Homeowners Association monthly board meeting
Home of the Month: photo recognition of a home demonstrating pride of ownership in our community
Neighbors: a profile of new and sometimes not-so-new Oak Hills neighbors. Contact Colleen Shannon, email@example.com or 503-680-6002, if you have a neighbor to nominate for the column.
Growing Organically: tips on gardening with an emphasis on organic methods. Contact: Margie Lachman, at MargieRose2@gmail.com or 503-645-2994
Beaverton Schools calendar
News and information relevant to the Oak Hills neighborhood
Buster Says ... Thank you for being a responsible pet owner and always cleaning up after your pet!