The motto of Lions International is about as simple as it can come: "We Serve." Their Mission Statement is a bit more in depth: "To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs."
Community members in need of seamstress skills or an evening gown for a special occasion need not travel out of the 95361 any longer. Some might find the recent addition of Claudia's Boutique and Alterations to be exactly what Oakdale was missing and owner/seamstress Claudia Isaac is eager to prove them right.
It's been close to 20 years since Stevie Cordoza and Hank Walter first crossed paths. A journey which began so long ago for the OHS 2012 Alumni that when asked, they almost don't recall a time they didn't know one another.
Fair Oaks Elementary students collected and donated close to 75 shoeboxes filled with "stocking stuffers" for donation at the Oakdale Center for Human Services. The shoeboxes were filled with a variety of items from games, art essentials, toiletries and more
Anyone with hope of escaping the rain to do a little carefree shopping at Kmart last Thursday night, Dec. 15, were quickly greeted with the Spirit of Saint Nick. Oakdale Lions hosted the Annual Oakdale Lion's Club Children's Christmas Shopping Tour.
The gavel was literally passed during Monday night's meeting, as the Oakdale Joint Unified School Board met for its final meeting of the 2016 calendar year. The board unanimously seated Barbara Shook as President; Larry Betschart as Clerk and Mike House was named School Board Representative.
Stephanie Ortiz did not spend her last Monday of the 2016 calendar year in class at Oakdale High School. Instead ... the OHS senior found herself on a car ride with her parents to San Francisco for an opportunity she once only dreamed of.