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Oakmont Sunday Symposium

Live at the Berger Center (masks required) and on Zoom starting at 10:30 a.m.

Jan. 16: Dr. Sulayman Clark. Friends of Freedom: The Battle for the Heart & Soul of America

When a nation is strongly divided, can a handful of people make a difference? Focusing on a turbulent period in American history (1837 to 1877), “Friends of Freedom” details how conscientious citizens bravely upheld the lofty principles of American freedom and democracy during times of great calamity and uncertainty. Their deep-seated commitment enabled them to persevere and promote social reforms that changed the course of human history.

Jan. 23: Linda Suhr. Live with Joy Now (…But Plan Ahead)

Your life is going along beautifully — until one day it doesn’t. Have you planned ahead? Or will you — and those you love — desperately wish you had? No one wants to think about end-of-life stuff, and lots of people never do think about it. Unfortunately, that doesn’t stop the inevitable from happening. Linda Suhr will help even the most resistant of us think about it, and plan ahead, so that we and our loved ones will not be caught by surprise or be unprepared. For details, go to