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Board and Committees
Oak Run Board of Directors
The Oak Run Board of Directors shall have a general power to carry on the affairs of the Association. Their actions shape the character of the community and the lifestyle of the residents. The officers and directors perform their duties within the formal confines of the governing documents, the rules of parliamentary procedure and applicable law.

The directors are elected to serve three year terms. Each director also serves as a liaison to at least one committee. You may contact the Board members by emailing bod@oakrunpoa.com.

The 2021-2022 Board Members:

POA:

Mitchell Westbay, President

Adam Shane, Vice President
Spoon Lake Activity Team (SLAT)

Ron Roling, Treasurer
Fish & Sports Committee Liaison

Doug Brown, Assistant Treasurer 
Camper’s Village Committee Liaison

Pam Wentworth, Secretary and Assistant Treasurer
AEC Committee Liaison

Blake Benedict
Community Relations Committee Liaison

Mark Kleine


GOLF COURSE:
Mitchell Westbay, President
Adam Shane, Vice President
Ron Roling, Treasurer
Doug Brown, Assistant Treasurer
Pam Wentworth, Secretary and Assistant Treasurer
Mark Kleine


2022 BOARD MEETING SCHEDULE:
Thursday, March 24, 2022
Thursday, April 21, 2022
Thursday, May19, 2022
Thursday, June 16, 2022
Thursday, July 21, 2022
Thursday, August 18, 2022
Thursday, September 15, 2022
Thursday, October 20, 2022
Thursday, November 17, 2022

*All Board of Directors meetings are held at the Brentwood Lounge at 6:00pm.

Oak Run Committees
There are many ways to become involved in your community. One of the best ways is to volunteer to serve on a committee. Volunteering will give you the opportunity to meet other property owners with similar interests and the ability to learn more about the functions of your association.

The following are a list of the committees and their purposes. If you are interested in getting involved, please submit a Committee Interest Form.

Architectural and Environmental Control (AEC) Committee
This committee is appointed by the Board of Directors and is responsible for the review and approval of any proposed construction projects within the community. The care, planning and development has placed Oak Run in a position to evolve as an aesthetically pleasing community. The degree to which this is achieved is very much dependent upon the Committee’s ability to process applications, administer and enforce current standards and propose the adoption of reasonable rules.

The AEC Committee meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month at the POA office at 1:30 p.m. or on an as-needed basis.

Camper's Village Committee
It is the duty of this committee to make recommendations which promotes the general health and welfare of Camper's Village for the benefit of all campers. Issues which fall within this charge are, but not limited to, maintenance, social activities, enforcement of rules and long range planning.

The Camper's Village Committee meets on the second Saturday of the months of April thru October at 9:00 a.m. at Campers Village.

Community Relations and Publicity Committee
The purpose of this committee is to provide information to the property owners that relates to the Oak Run community. Duties of this committee include: publishing the Communicator paper five times a year, placing notices of upcoming events, and sponsoring activities as a means of stimulating community interest and involvement.

Communicator Article Deadlines:
FEBRUARY 25: April/May Issue
APRIL 25: June/July Issue
JUNE 25: Aug./Sept. Issue
AUGUST 25: Oct./Nov. Issue
OCTOBER 25: Dec./ Jan./ Feb./Mar. Issue

Copy must be received by 5:00 p.m. at the POA office, on or before the due date, for inclusion in the Communicator relative to that issue. *Please note the deadline changes! The Communicator will be sent to the printer five days after the due date. No Exceptions.

The Community Relations and Publicity Committee meets on the last Monday of the month at 2:00 p.m. at the POA office during the months of January, March, July, and September. They meet at the same time and place on the last Tuesday of the month of May.

Fish and Sports Committee
This committee is responsible for the planning and conducting of various sporting and fishing events throughout the year. The Committee currently oversees the spring and fall Bass tournaments, Kids' fishing derby and the deer management program. The Committee also monitors and makes recommendations regarding lake stocking.

The Fish and Sports Committee meets on the first Monday of the months of February through November, at 6:30 p.m. at Brentwood.

Spoon Lake Activity Team (SLAT) Committee
This committee’s purpose is to organize and offer Oak Run property owners and their guests an alternative source for social activities held within the Oak Run community.  The Committee hosts several community oriented events throughout the year.  These events include: a passport event on the lake, a scavenger hunt and bonfire, a flick and float event in the summer, the Labor Day boat tie-off, a summer swing golf event, and more. Event pictures are featured on their Facebook page.

The SLAT Committee meets on the first Thursday of the months of February through November at 6:30 p.m. at the Watering Hole, as available.

Like us on Facebook at "Spoon Lake Activity Team"

Oak Run First Responders and Fire Fighters
The First Responders (FR) and Fire Fighters (FF) are full-time Oak Run resident volunteers with a fire truck and emergency equipment vehicle garaged at the corner of Oak Run Drive and Lake View South, serving Oak Run and the surrounding area. They are under the direction of the Williamsfield Fire Protection District consisting of two ambulances, five fire trucks, two brush rigs, three First Responder vehicles, and a Fire/Rescue boat located on the lake. The fire district volunteers are on call 24/7. The FRs and FFs are called to 9-1-1 emergencies and are first on the scene. Fire Fighters are trained through classes held by Western Illinois Fire Fighters Association and Illinois Fire Service Institute. They are called to fires and car accidents. First Responders are part of the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) trained by the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) with continuing education in medical and first aid emergencies, CPR, and AED (defibrillator). They are called to medical emergencies, fires, and car accidents, staying with the patient until the ambulance arrives and leaves with him/her for the hospital. Oak Run is also serviced by Knoxville and Victoria Fire Protection Districts and Galesburg Hospitals Ambulance Service (GHAS).

The First Responders sponsor a monthly free blood pressure check for the community, which is held on the fourth Saturday of the month from 9-10 a.m. at the First Responder garage. They also sponsor a food drive for the FISH Food Pantry in Galesburg.

Volunteers meet on the first Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM at the First Responder garage. They are always in need of new members; no previous medical or fire fighting training required.