Oak Hills Oracle

Oak Hills Oracle The Oak Hills Oracle is a monthly neighborhood publication serving the Oak Hills neighborhood since 1973 bringing neighborhood and local news to all 650+ homes.

08/14/2021
view.ohsuhealthmarketing.com

The Delta variant is even more dangerous than the original Covid virus. OHSU has just issued an urgent warning about access to hospital services. They advise:
1. Wear a mask in all indoor public places
2. Wear a mask outdoors if you are among others and can't maintain a 6 foot distance
3. Limit gatherings; if you do gather, do it outdoors and maintain a 6 foot distance from others

Read the entire OHSU message here: https://view.ohsuhealthmarketing.com/?qs=3204967ba13456c6db54d6be5f5d5d4356c8811e2bc3d7e36578b4f0471897789550035874b91a290165e9c6b0bea3ff480c02ae34c28e76bb5a9b00e682f15c6ca261ed186595cf05f82743ab22e690

The Healthy Oregon Project (HOP) is a research project that is seeking volunteers to participate in a study designed to ...
07/28/2021
Healthy Oregon Project

The Healthy Oregon Project (HOP) is a research project that is seeking volunteers to participate in a study designed to help prevent, detect and treat cancer. The study collects DNA from volunteers. Read the information on the website carefully to determine if you would like to participate. https://healthyoregonproject.com/?j=224858&sfmc_sub=30943309&l=6250_HTML&u=4598227&mid=7309902&jb=0

The Healthy Oregon Project (HOP) seeks to answer big scientific questions about the causes of cancer and other chronic diseases in order to save lives. Connecting Oregonians with health-related research studies, HOP combines health surveys with the voluntary collection of biological specimens (e.g.,...

07/01/2021

Mass vaccination sites are now closed but vaccinations are available at many locations for everyone 12 and over. The following information comes from the office of Maxine Dexter, Oregon State Representative for Oak Hills and surrounding areas.

Walk-In and Drive-Up Vaccinations

All Oregonians 12 and older are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. This comes following the FDA’s authorization for emergency use of the Pfizer vaccine for children between 12 and 15. The previous EUA for the Pfizer vaccine included teenagers 16 and older.

Please make sure you and your loved ones get your vaccines! This is especially important for those who are 65 years old.

The final day for mass vaccination sites was June 25th. However, there are still plenty of vaccine doses available. To get more information you can contact your medical provider, call 211, email [email protected], or text ORCOVID to 898211. Costco Pharmacies,Safeway/Albertsons Pharmacies, Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid, Walmart, Bi-Mart, and OHSU also have direct vaccine appointment tools.

You Don’t Need Insurance

The Oregon Health Authority does not require an ID to receive a vaccine and the vaccine will be free. However, if you do have insurance, it is recommended that you bring your insurance information, as providers may charge your insurance an administration fee. You should not pay out of pocket for your vaccine.

The American Red Cross warns there is a severe shortage of donated blood. They are now offering a $5 gift card to anyone...
06/16/2021
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The American Red Cross warns there is a severe shortage of donated blood. They are now offering a $5 gift card to anyone who gives blood. If you are eligible to donate blood or platelets, go to their site and sign up
https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/FMfcgzGkXmhwGNbsTGhVDfGWsbrpFsWN

Gmail is email that's intuitive, efficient, and useful. 15 GB of storage, less spam, and mobile access.

05/21/2021

Everyone 12 years old and older is now eligible for the covid vaccine. If you're looking for a nearby location, use your smart phone to text 438829, enter your zip code in the message for a list of locations. The information includes address of the locations, phone number to make an appointment, which vaccines they have available and whether they accept walk-ins. Or try vaccines.gov for the same information. 💉

The Cedar Mill Farmers Market is returning on Saturday, May 2, 9 am - 2 pm. Organizers say there will be some changes to...
05/01/2020
CEDAR MILL FARMERS MARKET

The Cedar Mill Farmers Market is returning on Saturday, May 2, 9 am - 2 pm. Organizers say there will be some changes to allow for social distancing and safe shopping. Good idea to wear a cloth mask or face covering. See their website for details www.cedarmillfarmersmarket.org

Our 2020 season is coming! Vendors - We are now accepting applications. Neighboring businesses - consider being a sponsor, more info coming soon.

03/20/2020
www.consumerresources.gov

$10 for a roll of toilet paper?! $1 for a single sq**rt of hand sanitizer? $26 for an $8 thermometer? You can report price gouging during this crisis to a federal fraud hotline: 866-720-5721 or [email protected]. Or report to state authorities at www.consumerresources.gov.

Corona Virus test kits you can order online? Nope - 100% fake. If you find evidence of this or other online fraud, you can report Internet crime to the FBI at www.IC3.gov or submit a tip at [email protected]

Pandemic might be seasonal, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to disappear this summer - Portland Oregonian
03/16/2020
Pandemic might be seasonal, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to disappear this summer - Portland Oregonian

Pandemic might be seasonal, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to disappear this summer - Portland Oregonian

As cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, rapidly increase in the United States and other parts of the world, epidemiologists and other researchers are urgently trying to learn more about the pathogen involved. One question that some virus specialists, and some meteorologist...

Some excellent information on dealing with Covid-19, March 15, 2020, The Oregonian
03/16/2020
What you should know if you are asked to self-quarantine - Portland Oregonian

Some excellent information on dealing with Covid-19, March 15, 2020, The Oregonian

You’ve stocked up on canned goods and bottled water. You made sure you have everything you’d need to spend 14 straight days in your home. You might have even picked a bingeable Netflix show. Fears of the coronavirus have confined thousands as a means of slowing the spread of the infectious virus...

Covid-19 preparedness. Don't rely on YouTube, Facebook friends or "influencers" for information on staying healthy. The ...
03/06/2020
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Covid-19 preparedness. Don't rely on YouTube, Facebook friends or "influencers" for information on staying healthy. The CDC has extensive - and accurate information. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/home/get-your-household-ready-for-COVID-19.html CDC advice in a nutshell: 1. Wash your hands with warm water and soap for 20 seconds every time you return from mass transit, school, work, shopping. 2. When at work or school, wash hands often or use hand sanitizer. 3. Cough or sneeze into your elbow or a tissue. If you use a tissue, discard properly and wash hands or use sanitizer. 4. Clean frequently touched surfaces at home and work with regular household detergents and water. 5. Stay home if you are ill.

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a virus (more specifically, a coronavirus) identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan, China.

01/13/2020

The Oak Hills Oracle is still for sale. It's not too late to re-start this neighborhood icon. Sale includes templates, contact lists and mentoring. Email [email protected] or call me at 503-690-7122.

12/23/2019

Personal Message to "Mary". Thank you for stopping by last week - sorry I missed you. Your words and gift touched my heart.
Sincerely, Micki

11/29/2019

With deeply mixed feelings I am announcing that the December issue of the Oak Hills Oracle will be the last. After 19 years as the owner and editor I am ready to retire. After six months on the market, a buyer has not been found and I will have to close it down. The Oracle has been published every month since 1973 (!) and it will be a sad loss for the community.

I am grateful for all the support I have received in the community over the years. Thank you!

The Final Issue of the Oracle is available now on my website, www.OakHillsOracle.com

11/04/2019

The November issue of the Oak Hills Oracle is now available on my website, www.OakHillsOracle.com

LOCK YOUR VEHICLES!The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has received several reports of car prowlers and car break-ins...
10/21/2019
WCSO Oregon (@WCSOOregon) | Twitter

LOCK YOUR VEHICLES!
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has received several reports of car prowlers and car break-ins around the Bethany area recently. Please work with us to end this trend by locking your car doors and participating in the #9PMRoutine before bed.

Every night at 9:00PM, we encourage the community to lock up property, turn on lights and bring in valuables to reduce the likelihood of falling victim to property crimes.

- LOCK UP your car, house, windows, garage, gates and shed.
- TURN ON exterior lights, security cameras and alarm system.
- BRING IN valuables from your car, yard, patio and porch.

Join the #9PMRoutine conversation:
- Twitter: twitter.com/WCSOOregon
- Facebook: facebook.com/WCSOOregon
-Instagram: instagram.com/wcsooregon
-Website: bit.ly/WCSO_9PM

As always, call us if you ever need help: 503-629-0111 for non-emergencies, and 9-1-1 for emergencies.

The Oak Hills Oracle is for sale. After 19 years it is time to retire! Know anyone who wants to work part-time from home...
07/13/2019
Oak Hills Oracle

The Oak Hills Oracle is for sale. After 19 years it is time to retire! Know anyone who wants to work part-time from home, owning their own well-established business? Spread the word!

HOME BASED BUSINESS FOR SALE. Work from home with very flexible, part-time schedule. Ideal for stay at home parent, or anyone seeking supplemental income. The Oak Hills Oracle is a monthly newsletter serving the 650+ homes in Oak Hills. It is a well established business, publishing monthly since 1973. Current owner for past 19 years. The publication specializes in local news and information and offers advertising opportunities to local businesses.

Sale includes list of proven advertisers, distribution network, established website with payment system, up to two months of support and mentorship to help you get started with your own business. Price negotiable. See current and past issues of The Oak Hills Oracle at www.OakHillsOracle.com

Monthly neighborhood newsletter serving Oak Hills, near Beaverton, Oregon. The planned development of Oak Hills is bounded by NW Cornell Road, NW 143rd Avenue, NW Bethany Boulevard and NW West Union Road, just north of highway 26 in Washington County, Oregon

07/10/2019

Another great 4th of July in Oak Hills. See some photos here. Many more phots on the Oracle's website, www.OakHillsOracle.com > Photo Page

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07/04/2019

Camp Creek Railroad

The July issue of the Oak Hills Oracle is now available on my website, www.OakHillsOracle.com. The front page features t...
06/29/2019
Oak Hills Oracle

The July issue of the Oak Hills Oracle is now available on my website, www.OakHillsOracle.com. The front page features the entire schedule of events for Oak Hills 4th of July, including our fabulous fireworks show.

Monthly neighborhood newsletter serving Oak Hills, near Beaverton, Oregon. The planned development of Oak Hills is bounded by NW Cornell Road, NW 143rd Avenue, NW Bethany Boulevard and NW West Union Road, just north of highway 26 in Washington County, Oregon

05/15/2019

At the Annual Homeowners Association meeting last night, the proposed dues increase failed in a very close vote, 143 - 136.

Five people were elected to serve on the Board of Directors: Sheila Brewer and Terri Danowski were re-elected; new board members are Jana Carlson, Gerry Reeve and Annie Hogan.

If you missed it, a large fir tree fell across NW 153rd during the heavy winds on January 8. County work crews were on h...
01/20/2019

If you missed it, a large fir tree fell across NW 153rd during the heavy winds on January 8. County work crews were on hand first thing in the morning getting it cut up and cleared at least by noon.

If you missed it, a large fir tree fell across NW 153rd during the heavy winds on January 8. County work crews were on hand first thing in the morning getting it cut up and cleared at least by noon.

01/12/2019

PlanetCon today from 11 - 2 pm at Quatama Elementary School, Hillsboro. Recycle many items not picked up at the curb such as Christmas tree light strings, block styrofoam, bubble wrap and batteries. Plus recycle electronics: cell phones, computer monitors, TVs. Swap meet, fix-it fair, and more! Complete list of events at WestsideRecyclers.com

The January Oracle included an article about PlanetCon, a huge recyclying event that will be held on January 12, 11am-2p...
01/02/2019
PlanetCon

The January Oracle included an article about PlanetCon, a huge recyclying event that will be held on January 12, 11am-2pm, at Quatama Elementary School in Hillsboro. They will accept a large number of items that can't be included in curbside recycling. For a complete list of items, please go to: https://westsiderecyclers.weebly.com/

Do your part to help save our planet!

PlanetCon is a community recycling and swap event in Hillsboro, OR. Recycle styrofoam, plastic bags, batteries, plastic caps, lids, and ontainers, and computer/ electronics.

12/31/2018
The January 2019 issue of The Oak Hills Oracle is now available on my website, www.OakHillsOracle.com
12/31/2018
Oak Hills Oracle

The January 2019 issue of The Oak Hills Oracle is now available on my website, www.OakHillsOracle.com

Monthly neighborhood newsletter serving Oak Hills, near Beaverton, Oregon. The planned development of Oak Hills is bounded by NW Cornell Road, NW 143rd Avenue, NW Bethany Boulevard and NW West Union Road, just north of highway 26 in Washington County, Oregon

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Thank you for your article on the Teal Pumpkin project!
Thank you for the article on the Teal Pumpkin project! I found these at Fred Meyer today. 16 individually wrapped toys currently buy one get one half off. Something I do every year is to utilize party favors! It's inexpensive and you get a pretty good variety. I mix all the party favors into a large bowl and let the kids pick which item from the bowl they'd like to have.
Am I in time to request an article (or write something up) for late September/Early October Halloween/trick or treat info? Specifically the Turquoise Pumpkin- alternative to candy option- for kids who are diabetic or have food allergies. I think it'd be great to spread the word around the neighborhood and let as many families as possible participate. Do let me know, and Thank You.