Oakland Briefs 07.24.14

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+ Queen Esther is music camp topic

Children who have completed second through sixth grades are invited to participate in a five-day music camp July 28 through Aug. 1, at Oakland Presbyterian Church, 218 E. Oakland Ave. The camp is $100 and is directed by Jennifer Hunt and Bonnie Litteral. Campers meet daily to prepare a Christian musical, which this year is “Malice In The Palace,” the story from the Old Testament about Queen Esther.

Campers will have music classes, daily Bible study, recess, games and recreation time. A free musical is performed on the final night with a potluck dinner at 5:30 p.m. to precede the show.

Campers must bring lunch and a drink daily; morning and afternoon snacks are provided. For more information, call Litteral at (407) 466-7554 or email her at [email protected].

+ Include your name on walkway bricks

Commemorative bricks are being sold and will be placed in a walkway at West Side Park, in Oakland.

Bricks vary in size, color and cost and can be engraved with three to eight lines of writing, as well as clip art. The town is taking orders until September, at which time it will have the commemorative bricks etched and laid along the path. The overall sidewalk will require about 400 bricks.

For more information, call Town Hall at (407) 656-1117.

+ Scouts can volunteer at ONP

The Oakland Nature Preserve is on the lookout for volunteer Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. The preserve welcomes boys working toward their Eagle Scout badge and girls working on their Bronze, Silver and Gold awards.

Many opportunities exist for completing a project that would benefit the community and ONP visitors. Those interested can contact ONP at (407) 905-0054.

+ Make sure your home is secure

The Oakland Police Department offers a security questionnaire to help residents identify safety needs in their home.

If necessary, an officer can assist residents in inspecting the home and offer tips for improving safety.

For more information, call (407) 656-9797.

+ Share your news from Oakland

The West Orange Times welcomes news from the town of Oakland. Residents with a story or picture to share or an event to promote can e-mail the information to [email protected].


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