The entire OakTown Club membership meets once a month at the Community Club Meetings from September through June. These meetings are run by elected youth officers. At the meetings members receive information about upcoming events, watch and give presentations, participate in community service, play group games, and enjoy refreshments.
Members choose one of more project areas to focus on each club year. The projects are led by adult and teen leaders. Projects meet one or more times per month depending on need.
Cavy (guinea pig)
In addition to Club and Project Meetings, members have the opportunity to participate in many other club, county, state and national events. Youth are encouraged to attend community service events, field days (day long events focused on a project area), conferences, presentation days, awards ceremonies, skit night, skate night, Alameda County Fair, and sleep-away camp. There are many leadership opportunities for youth on the local club, county, state, and national level.
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