The campus community is invited to attend a special program on community initiatives next Monday night, Nov. 18, at the new Oaklawn Elementary School, 112 Viola St.
“Oshkosh Outlook 2014” will take place from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Oaklawn and provide insight into various community-based projects that will be taking place next year. The event is sponsored by Citizens for a Strong Oshkosh.
“This is a unique opportunity for the public to hear from key institutions about plans, projects, and collaboration,” said John Nichols, retired Executive Director, Oshkosh Public Library and Winnefox Library System, and a member of Citizens for a Strong Oshkosh on the organization’s website. “This program will allow people to see what we all will be talking about in 2014.”
Citizens for a Strong Oshkosh announced that invited presenters will include Mark Rohloff, Oshkosh City Manager; Stan Mack, Oshkosh Area School District Superintendent; Richard Wells, UW Oshkosh Chancellor; Mark Harris, Winnebago County Executive; Melissa Kohn, Campus Administrator, Fox Valley Technical College.
The event is free, open to the public.
Guests will also have an opportunity to see the newly-constructed and reopened Oaklawn Elementary.